At Audlem St James Primary School, your wellbeing is important to us.
Here are some ways for your get help and to talk about how you are feeling:
Talk to your class teacher or another member of staff in school.
Talk to your parents, siblings, family members – a trusted adult
Talk openly in lessons and know that your opinions are valued and your feelings, respected..
Write down your worry and put it in our worry boxes or worry monsters in your class- an adult will read it and help you.
Use our calm spaces in our classrooms.
Use the Zones of Regulations to help to explain how you feel.
Use meditation, breathing and mindfulness techniques taught in school to help you.
Talk through worries and problems with Mrs Richardson and Mrs Spooner -they are trained to support and help you.
Take part in Resilience Classrooms, Cool Connections or use Next Steps to seek solutions to problems.
Remember to use our 5 Ways to Wellbeing.
Other ways to access help:
Talk to your local PCSO.
Here is a personal message from your local PCSO.
PCSO Nick said...
"When outside for your exercise Always use the Green Cross Code." and "Make sure you wear your helmet whilst on your bikes."
Read a book:
New release: a free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler
Childline – Whatever you are worrying about, Childline are there to help.
Young minds for young people- If you are struggling with feelings Young Minds has ideas to help.
The Anna Freud Centre – hints and tips on managing big feelings.
Winston's wish – Dealing with loss can be really hard. This website can help you.