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St Mary's Farnham Royal Church of England Primary School

Founded in Faith focused on Family and fulfilling Future potential

Support for Children

Support During Lockdown

With school closed and you all having to stay at home this can be difficult to understand and to cope with at times.  Thinking positively and looking to find good things around you and your family can really help you.  Keeping a routine, completing school work, taking exercise and taking time for yourself are very important to help keep yourself and your family feeling good.  Are you doing all of these?    

 

To help you take time for yourself or to help you think and feel positive here are some useful websites and resources for you and your family.  Take a look ......They may really help!

 

5 Ways to Good Well-Being

Mentally Healthy Schools - resources and guides.

Childline 

Barnardo's See, Hear, Respond

Young Minds

Monster Meditation

Mindfulness and Meditation

Rise Above

These resources will help you with all kinds of well-being.  There are some fun games, models and activities to really help you focus on being happy and what helps.   

Pastoral Support for Children

Sometimes it can feel like the scariest of things to ask for help but it is always the right thing to do! smiley

 

There are times when we all need a little help.  Maybe we just need a chance to talk or just to be able to share with someone how we feel.  Or maybe we want somebody to help us solve an issue that has been worrying us or that we have been thinking about for a while.  This is where our Pastoral Support Team can be there to support or help you or a member of your family. All the adults at school are part of the Pastoral Support Team.

 

Mr Farmer is the Pastoral Support Leader (PSL) and he is there to support YOU or your FAMILY in any way he can. 

Email - psl@smfr.co.uk          Tel – 01753644471        Put a worry in a worry box or come and see him.

 

If there is a time you feel you need to talk or share how you feel or have been worrying about something to do with you, a friend or a member of your family then there are lots of ways you can ask for support from us all here at school:

 

Talk to your teacher or Mr Farmer

Put a worry in your class worry box. (put your name on it )

Email Mr Farmer if you would rather.   (psl@smfr.co.uk)

Talk with a member of your family if you can.

 

This applies to all your adults at home too.  If there is something you need some help or advice with concerning your child or just life then please don’t hesitate to make contact.

 

 

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