Advice & Signposting
Support your child's Wellbeing - Activities and Resources
Anxiety and School Avoidance
Autism and wellbeing
The website Know Your Normal campaign aims to reduce the stigma around mental health and create resources for autistic young people to work out and understand what their normal is. Click here to access the website:
How to talk to your child about their feelings (Kooth guide)
Talking to your child about Mental Health - My voice matters (Place2be)
Essential Parent (In safe hands)
Essential Parent is an online library of videos, articles and other information to support parents and carers of babies, children and teenagers in all aspects of health and wellbeing. Anyone is welcome to sign up and use these resources – both staff and parents / carers. For secondary schools and colleges there is also a section for young people themselves to access.
To sign up to the Essential Parent library please complete the registration form here:
Solihull parenting resources and communications for settings
All schools and colleges in Stockport are in a pre-paid area for the online Solihull Approach courses. This means local parents and carers can access a range of online support to better understand children’s emotional health, brain development and wellbeing.
Support for your own Wellbeing - Activities and Resources
Trusted Online Support Resources
Find a wide range of support here which can be accessed online - please click below...
Free digital mental wellbeing support for adults across the UK -
Click to watch the short video or follow the link directly to the QWELL website
Just One Thing
If time is tight, what's the one thing that you should be doing to improve your health and wellbeing? Ina series of 15-minute podcasts, Michael Mosley reveals scientifically proven top tips to change your life. They range from taking a nap to standing on one leg!
Click on this link to access the podcasts:
Creative activity for secondary age pupils - What matters to you? (Place2be)
Developed by Place2Be‘s Art Room team for 11-14 year olds, this activity encourages young people to consider what matters to them in their day to day life, and in the wider world. Notes for grownups