Wellbeing (Home Learning)

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While many students are carrying out remote learning, it is also important from time to time to step away from the books and the computer/tablet to help your wellbeing and mental health.

This page will have some resources to help you, as well as some useful activities for you to complete to help maintain a positive mental health through this difficult period away from college.

My Wellbeing Journal – download and print out, keep a journal of how you’re feeling and what you enjoy doing. There are also some good activities to help wellbeing within this document.

Wellbeing Action Plan – a simple action plan to help you keep yourself well.

How to Stay Calm in a Global Pandemic – a free e-book with tips about remaining calm and in control during a pandemic.

Lockdown: Wellbeing challenges – try to complete one of these lockdown challenges per day to keep positive mental health and wellbeing.

50 random acts of kindness – some nice things to do.

Coping calendar – daily activities you can use to help your wellbeing.

Little book of Mindfulness – short e-book with Mindfulness tips and advice.

Mood journal – record how you are feeling.

Sleep habits – top tips for getting the best sleep.

Ways to be resilient – tips of how to be more resilient during difficult times.

Self-Care to do list – make a list of what you need to do to look after yourself the best way you can.

Well Ahead – Well Ahead is an online platform in partnership with Bupa Foundation to help young people look after their mental wellbeing, especially in these extraordinary times. Take a look at the tips and activities to support you in expressing your emotions and processing the events of the world outside while you study at home.

Children’s Mental Health Week activities: