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Parent Pages - Emotional Health & Wellbeing

Support and ideas from Compass Buzz about self-care at home during lockdown:

Staying-At-Home

Five-Ways-to-Wellbeing-Indoors

Self care flyer

North Yorkshire Emotional Health and Wellbeing

North Yorkshire Emotional Health and Wellbeing information and support for children and young people

North Yorkshire pathway of support

North Yorkshire pathway of support for self- harm and / or suicidal ideation

Young Minds

Young Minds – information to support child and young person mental health including the parent support line

Child and adolescent mental health services

Child and adolescent mental health services information for parents and carers from the NHS

Winston's Wish

Organisation providing support and guidance to enable families to discuss grief and loss with children

Child bereavement

Organisation providing support and guidance to enable families to discuss grief and loss with children

PSHE (personal, social, health & economic) education is a school curriculum subject through which children and young people acquire knowledge and skills to stay safe, be healthy (physical and mentally) and prepare for life, and work, in the modern world. As a parent/carer you are your child’s first educator and play a vital role in their personal and social development. Therefore, PSHE education should always be a partnership between schools and parents/carers. This guide will support you to contribute to your child’s PSHE education outside of school or through home learning. This guidance is relevant at any time, but particularly so given current school closures due to the coronavirus epidemic.