Some useful websites and information
The Doing Our Bit website has some useful tips and advice to help families to boost their levels of physical activity, as well as information on how to access activity sessions to suit all ages, abilities and fitness levels.
Mental health and wellbeing support
Families can visit the Doing Our Bit website for advice on how to nurture their mental health and wellbeing.
Sign up to receive tips to live a healthier and happier life
Families can sign up to receive a regular email with information on how to be more active, eat more healthily and how to be more mindful of their mental wellbeing during this time.
In case you are struggling and wish to speak to someone whilst away from school, you can contact:
1) Samaritans www.samaritans.org
2) Shout www.giveusashout.org – A text message service
3) Young Minds www.youngminds.org.uk
4) MIND www.mind.org.uk
5) NSPCC www.nspcc.org.uk
6) Childline www.childline.org.uk
7) Hub of Hope www.hubofhope.co.uk For services in your area
8) Your GP or nearest A & E in the event of an emergency
Conversations & Family Activities on Online Safety
Tips for conversations and engagement activities for your family:
Starting a conversation about online safety
Downloadable worksheets designed for different age groups & video tips for parents and carers
Parents and Carers Toolkit
Further Useful Resources
National Working Group (NWG)
Parents Against Child Exploitation (PACE)