Health and Wellbeing
It is so important to keep healthy both physically and mentally during this period and to help stop the spread of coronavirus. Across the country we are seeing lots of innovative approaches to help with health and wellbeing and to keep active.
This page is here to share any tips to help with health and wellbeing.
Barnados – At present many parents will be juggling childcare with working from home. Top tips for parents working from home:
Barnado’s Support for Parents - Barnardo’s have developed a support hub for parents where they will be able to find a range of resources, tools and videos to help support a child’s journey back to school :
NSPCC – created an information and advice resource for parents/carers of young people with anxiety about Coronavirus:
CEOP – The police administered Child Exploitation Online Protection portal - CEOP - is a well-known and valuable resource bank. Given current circumstances they are releasing a new activity pack every 2 weeks to support parents to deliver online safety activities with children at a time when they will be spending more time online at home:
Top tips for gardening during self isolation
The attached article provides some great tips for family gardening: https://www.gardenersworld.com/how-to/grow-plants/10-ways-to-garden-during-self-isolation/
Joe Wicks daily workout
Joe Wicks is running a daily PE lesson at 9am via his Youtube channel, a great way to keep fit and healthy:
David Walliams audio books
David Walliams is releasing an audio version of his books on a daily basis, go to https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/ to find out more.
To help with the daily routine take a look at this Coping Calendar – click on the link at the bottom of the page.
Jamie Oliver – Keep cooking and carry on
Jamie Oliver has produced a number of shows with recipe ideas and cooking tips, go to the Channel 4 web page https://www.channel4.com/programmes/jamie-keep-cooking-and-carry-on