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Children's Mental Health Week 2021

 

Lily's Great Adventure

The staff at Beechwood Primary School express themselves through creativity for Children's Mental Health Awareness Week. 

Perhaps you'll see some familiar faces in this story created by children for children. 

 

Expressing yourself through dance:

Lessons from Beechwood Pupils

 

Children's Mental Health Awareness Week - Parent's Letter

Children's Mental Health Awareness Week

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A preview of what's to come.
Keep checking back on this page for videos, stories, resources and much more!

Children's Mental Health Week 2021 - a message from our Royal Patron

To mark the start of Children’s Mental Health Week, The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of Place2Be, has sent a message of support encouraging children and parents to find ways to share their thoughts and feelings, particularly during such a challenging time.

Pupil Forum Wellbeing Video

A Message to Pupils

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A message to all the pupils of Beechwood from Mrs Siriwetchaphan.

While we can't hug - A story

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Message from some familiar faces.

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Some of the people you know from school share some of the ways they have been looking after their mental health during the lockdown period.

Write a Letter of Kindness to Yourself

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Video and song from Place2Be for "Mental Health Awareness Week"

Motivational Message from Kayla Bell

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Useful Links for Children

Interactive Story-telling

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Hello everyone,
I can’t wait to hear all of your stories! Following on from Mental Health Awareness Week which took place in February. The first theme is: Bravery. You can interpret this in any way you like.
Remember to keep checking in for new activities and story themes. Take care
Sarah (Place2be)

Submit your stories to learning@beechwoodprimaryschool.co.uk

A Poem from Sarah at Place2Be

Message from Sarah at Place2Be

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A message from Sarah at Place2Be with ideas for things to do to look after your mental health and keep yourself emotionally well during this time.
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