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  • National Playday

    Published 15/07/21

    National Playday takes place on the first Wednesday of August.  It highlights the importance of play for children's mental and physical health, and well-being. This year it will be held on Wednesday 4th August.

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  • Self-Care Summer

    Published 08/07/21

    Discover how you and your child can practice self-care over the summer holidays...

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  • Talk to Us 2021

    Published 01/07/21

    Talk to Us 2021 is an awareness campaign run by the Samaritans that takes place every year throughout the month of July.

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  • Support for Families

    Published 24/06/21

    Discover a range of support that is available to families...

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  • International Father's Mental Health Day

    Published 17/06/21

    21st June 2021 is International Fathers’ Mental Health Day.

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  • Dealing with Change

    Published 10/06/21

    As we approach the end of the term and think about new classes and secondary school, discover how we can help our children cope with change.

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  • Fresh Air, Exercise and our Wellbeing

    Published 27/05/21

    Find out how fresh air and exercise can help our mental health.

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  • How to Help with...Building Resilience

    Published 20/05/21

    Find out how we can encourage children to be more resilient.

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  • How To Help With...Sleep

    Published 13/05/21

    This week we explore how our mental health is linked to having a good night's sleep.

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  • Mental Health Awareness Week

    Published 06/05/21

    Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 10th — 16th May 2021.

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  • How to Help With...Building Connections

    Published 29/04/21

    Find out how to help your child build connections with others.

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  • How to help with...Anxiety

    Published 22/04/21

    We explore how to help children with their worries and anxieties.

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