Promoting student wellbeing helps create a better overall experience for students, which ultimately benefits everyone. If students are able to find support, advice and information and to develop coping skills for life, they are more likely to continue with and be successful in their academic studies, enjoy their student experience and contribute more positively to student life.
There are 5 ways to wellbeing. Time and again, scientific studies have shown us that if we do the following five things listed below, happiness will increase.
Due to COVID-19, we will be holding parents evening online. Parents evenings are important and gives parents a chance to discuss their child(s) progress with their teacher.
Students - we would appreciate it if you could participate in this survey as this will help us to support your overall wellbeing which is vital during these challenging times. The survey includes statements and descriptions about how you might have been feeling or thinking about things over the past few weeks.
Its really important that we follow Government guidelines when it comes to lockdown.
Watch the news to keep informed and updated.
As tempting as it is, we must stay indoors and only go out for essentials such as exercise to keep the body and mind healthy.
Keep to routine in relation to sleeping and food consumption.
Do all your online learning assignments set by teachers.
Remember any issue and concerns you might have, email us on email@example.com.
Activities that can be done individually or in pairs/small groups with a focus on the development of the mind and actively learning the importance of personal skills to support social, emotional and mental wellbeing.
To keep motivated this week make your own Lockdown bucket list to work through.
Take on the Teacher : a Yoga Exercise Toilet Roll Stack by Miss Hanbury - 3 Loo Rolls to Beat.
How many sit-ups can you do in 1 min? Let Mr Khan know how you got on.
Here is a little brain teaser for you on a Friday. Let Mr Khan know your answer.
There is always someone you can speak to, here at KESH, if you are worried or concerned about something. Your Pastoral Manager, Head of Year, Form Tutor, Personal Tutor, our Family Support Officer and councillor, Student Support office, or any other member of staff you feel comfortable talking to. Get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0121 464 4428.
Every Monday, your Head of Year will deliver a virtual assembly.
Log into Microsoft Teams > click on the Student Wellbeing team > click on your year group > click the assembly video link
There is also a short PSHE activity to complete every Monday; follow the link published weekly on Microsoft Teams (on the same page as your assembly). Don’t forget to submit your answer.
In these difficult and challenging times of the pandemic, if you have suffered any form of bereavement, please let us know. We will endeavour to support you and your family through this traumatic time. The Pastoral team and our councillor are here for you. Contact us on email@example.com or send us a message on the Feeling Safe page.
We want to know how your feeling, particularly during the coronavirus lockdown, so that we can support you and help you smile again. Mental Health and Wellbeing survey heading your way soon. Please try and return it, when requested, so that we at KESH can offer personalised support.
Sleep plays a vital role in good health and well-being throughout your life. Getting enough quality sleep at the right times can help protect your mental health, physical health, quality of life, and safety. During sleep, your body is working to support healthy brain function and maintain your physical health.
Your online mental wellbeing community. Free, safe an anonymous support.
Activity cards for lots of different sports and excercises, helping to keep kids active.
Support, advice, help and guidance on mental health, particulary for students.
Answer the 5 questions in this interactive quiz to get top tips and advice for you.