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Well-being for Children

We were so encouraged by the huge numbers of parents who attended the Eikon Webinar. Since March 2020, we’ve said well-being has to come before learning, but this webinar captured the main principles of well-being for children brilliantly; with real-life examples from real-life parents. There was some very sensible advice about remote learning that may help you through the next couple of weeks. If you weren’t able to make the webinar, here is the recording. If any issues arose from the webinar, Eikon were happy to take questions via email, but we are equally happy to signpost support as well. Please contact your child’s class teacher in the first instance if you would like to discuss issues concerning your child’s well-being.

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Wellbeing and mental health websites for young people and their families.

 www.youngminds.org.uk

Young Minds support children and young people’s mental health.  Their website contains a huge amount of information and support for parents, and young people, including support groups and a parents’ helpline.

www.familylives.org.uk

Family lives has information and support for all areas of parenting, child development and family life, including some excellent advice on teenage wellbeing.

www.internetmatters.org

Internet Matters gives information on everything to do with internet safety.  It has step by step guides to setting up parental controls, advice on online issues such as cyber-bulling and inappropriate content and information and parental guides to apps and gaming.

www.partnershipforchildren.org.uk

Has some great resources for parents to use with children around understanding emotions 

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