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National Mental Health Awareness Week

 

CALL Helpline - Community Advice & Listening Line

Everything may seem very strange at the moment and out of the ordinary because of the Coronavirus.
You may be feeling lots of different emotions and that’s ok. The good news is there are things you can do.

The CALL Helpline suggest you try using CALM to help keep well and to take care of your feelings, your body, your thoughts and what you are doing day to day:

Calming Activities
Attending to basic needs
Learning to re-think
Making yourself feel good


YOUR Children's Commissioner wants to hear from YOU!


Please take a few minutes to complete the survey to make sure that YOUR voice is heard!


CEOP - Child Exploitation and Online Protection

Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online?

Make a report to one of CEOP's Child Protection Advisors using this website.

 

Childline

If you are being bullied and you are not ready to make a report to a teacher, member of school staff, your parent(s)/guardian or CEOP, you can talk to Childline anonymously online or on the phone.

No worry is too big or too small.

 

 

 

 

Chat Health

ChatHealth

 

Mental Health & Wellbeing Show - Virtual Conference

The MHW Show team have decided to organise a new virtual conference to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week which starts on 18th May! 
 
Our new event: Mental Health & Wellbeing ONLINE will begin on the 18th May and run until 21st May, with lots on offer from the comfort of your living room! 
 
What to expect? 
From 10am – 12pm on Monday 18th, Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th May we will be running FREE online conference sessions featuring a range of speakers, with a partner charity selected every day. 
 

Make your own time capsule!

What is a time capsule?
A time capsule is a box or container filled with items or letters about the present that you put away to open on a particular date in the future to remember what happened. 
 
What should I put in my time capsule?
Normally, people put in things that show what life is like now. Some ideas could be:
  • A coin with 2020 on it
  • Photos of you and your family 
  • Photos of your pets
  • Something you’ve found on your walk (For example, a pinecone or feather)
  • A painted pebble with the date on
  • A newspaper or magazine from the lockdown
Here are some great sheets that you can put in explaining what this time has been like and what you’ve been getting up to. 
 
What should I put it in?
There are lots of different things that you can use to house your time capsule and you can decorate it afterwards. Some ideas could be:
 
  • Shoe Box
  • Mason Jar
  • Cereal Box
  • Plastic Tub
  • Cake Tin
 
Then what?!
With an adult, decide where to put your time capsule, maybe in a cupboard, attic or in the shed, and decide when you’re going to open it (in a month, a year, five year?!). Then, put your capsule away and wait until it’s time to remember the lockdown!