WellbeingThe wellbeing of our parents and families are very important to use and hope that some of the information available here will be helpful to you and your child.From alcohol to anxiety, panic attacks to PTSD, our A-Z guide gives you useful information about a range of topics related to mental health.How to Nurture a child’s mental health. Anxiety Information to help Parents Pastoral Support and Counselling Services at Bardfield,Bardfield Academy recognise the important role of Young Carers play within their families lives and the additional responsibilities this places upon them.We all have arguments … how do you resolve yours? Wellbeing Assessment Tool This self-assessment is to help you understand how you are feeling & identify what may be causing you stress and suggest some ways to help improve your overall wellbeing.Wellbeing support from the NHS There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about mental health out there. These stories address some of the dangerous and troubling beliefs about different conditions, and explore what it’s really like to experience mental health problems.There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about mental health out there. These stories address some of the dangerous and troubling beliefs about different conditions, and explore what it’s really like to experience mental health problems. This resource is available to support Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health for you and your family.Tips for looking after your mental wellbeing at Christmas We have been sharing these Mindful Moments with the children in school. We use these to teach the children how to switch off and take a moment to relax. Have a look at some of these with your children, you may pick up some tips yourself!Yoga – Introducing your children to yoga at an early age can help them learn healthy lifestyle habits and set the foundation for a fit future. Get your family practice started with these kid-friendly yoga poses. Talking about Mental Health – Talking Mental Health is an animation designed to help begin conversations about mental health in the classroom and beyond. You can contact Childline about anything. Whatever your worry, it’s better out than in. We’re here to support you. If you need someone to talk to, we listen. We won’t judge or tell you what to do.Are you a young person in crisis? Text the YoungMinds Crisis Messenger, for free 24/7 support across the UK if you are experiencing a mental health crisis. Feeling different from usual or noticed a change in your behaviour? Find out about some common feelings and mental health symptoms, how to cope, and where to go to get help. A week of wellbeing activities E-Safety Training Workshop with The 2 JohnsEssex County Council has launched the Family Innovation Fund Xtra (FiF Xtra) to support children, young people and families who are not already receiving support from other services. It aims to provide help during the Covid-19 pandemic across key areas such as children’s mental health, healthy relationships and coping with change. It is available to children aged 0-19 years old or up to 25 years old for those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).