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These wellbeing apps are tried and tested by our very own pupils here at Brooke. Here's what they had to say:
Mylo Yr 5 - "There are lots of mindful games and breathing exercises in Chill Panda."
Aubrey Yr 4 - "I played Piku Calm Kids and the meditation was fun."
Apps are available to download on a home tablet or phone device. Please speak to a parent for help to download any of the apps.
Bottling up your feelings can make them hard to cope with. But there are lots of ways you can let them out. You can try some of the activities or games to help you to explore your feelings.
Telling someone how you feel can be tough, but it can really help you feel less alone.
You don't need to tell someone everything at once. You could start by choosing one person you trust to talk to. You could talk to a friend, a parent or a teacher.
If you are finding talking hard, you can share a drawing, a story or a video with an adult to let them know how you are feeling.
- Say one nice thing to someone every day
- Smile (It's contagious)
- Play a team game
- Invite others to join in your games
- Say please and thank you
- Be there for others who are going through a hard time
- Tell an adult if you see someone else being unkind
Can you recommend a book which is great for boosting wellbeing?
Send your recommendations or reviews to email@example.com F.A.O Miss Ringwood to be featured on this page.
If you aren't quite feeling yourself, you can always talk to a teacher or a friend in school who you trust.
If you want additional help or guidance, the following websites have lots of helpful information.
Did you know?
Your mental health and physical health are very closely linked.
Moving your body and doing activities you love is great for your health.
Have a go at some of these exercises demonstrated by our sports leaders:
Do you have an exercise or exercise tips you would like to have featured on this page? Email any photos or videos to firstname.lastname@example.org F.A.O Miss Ringwood.
Check out some of these online games from Childline to support wellbeing.
(Remember to click the back button on your browser when you have finished to get back to this page).
Did you know?
What we eat can affect the way we feel.
Eating regular balanced meals (with lots of fruit and veggies) can give your body the nutrients it needs to do its job properly.
Have you made a healthy recipe you would like to have featured on this page?
Email photos to email@example.com F.A.O Miss Ringwood
Try the printable mindfulness journal, packed full of daily activities.