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Keeping Mentally Healthy

Healthy Minds at St Bede’s

What is mental health?
Having a positive mental wellbeing is when you are emotionally well and behaviourally stable. If you don’t feel this is the case, then there are lots of strategies that you can do to improve this.

When things are tough, everyone can feel anxious. Therefore, when this happens, we must ensure we look after ourselves mentally and take care of our own and family’s mental wellbeing.

What causes mental health?

Mental Health
How we can help
At St. Bede’s we understand that mental health is equally as important as physical health. If you, your family or your child need some support, advice or information please do not hesitate to contact us.

Here is a Childline video that could help explain some common mental health issues.

Please see our St Bede’s well-being glossary which will explain some common terms used when discussing mental health.

For resources and information in other languages on well-being and mental health please visit:

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Below are some resources and websites that may provide you and your children with help and support. Just click on the images to take you to the useful information.

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•  NHS – Every Mind Matters
•  NHS support for anxiety and depression
•  NHS support for children and young people

•  My Home Book of Feelings and Thoughts

•  Fun Mindfulness Activities

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•  Healthy Minds advice for parents and carers

•  Resources For All

Some specific Corona Virus resources:

•  When your parent is a key worker

•  Advice for key worker parents

•  A book about worries surrounding the virus

•  Self Care Kit COVID-19

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•  Underdogg and the Gritty Cat

•  Mindheart Covibook for under 7s

•  Coronavirus – A Book For Children

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•  5 Minute Classroom Mindfulness Activities

Kids yoga is also a brilliant way to promote relaxation and mindfulness. YouTube has some fantastic short videos!

•  Catholic Mental Health Project
The aims of the Bishops’ mental health project are to: Offer support and resources to local Catholic communities as they respond to those facing mental health challenges. Identify and highlight good practice in pastoral care for those with mental health needs, their families and carers.

Catholic Mental health Project