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Old Dalby Church of EnglandPrimary School

Kind hearts, open minds, courageous spirits

Together we will explore life in all its fullness

Let us be concerned for one another, to help one another to show love and to do good. Hebrews 10:24

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Mental Health Resources

Where to find help:

The Happy Maps website has information about where to find help for all sorts of questions and issues around supporting children's mental health and well-being.

Children's Mental Health Resources

There are some lovely short videos on Youtube to get us all thinking and talking about our mental health and to encourage us all, adults and children to express ourselves:


Beautiful Oops by Barney Saltzberg - helps us to see that mistakes can be good

Express yourself, made with Pond5 - Ways to express yourself

The Squiggle Game - a simple but great fun way to get creative


During the first lock down, some of the teachers shared short videos about their hobbies and how they look after their own mental health.


Mr McQuade talks about how walking helps him to be kind to himself:  Watch via Facebook

Mrs Scott explains how gardening helps her to appreciate the world around her: Watch via Facebook

Mrs Browne talks about how painting helps her to have some time to think: Watch via Facebook

Mrs Keast talks about how she and her children enjoy doing yoga to help them to relax: Watch via Facebook


If any pupil or parent would like to do the same, we'll share them here and hopefully inspire each other.


SCARF Resources

The company who organise our Life Education Bus visits have a webpage and several resources dedicated to supporting children's mental health:

SCARF at Home - Keeping Happy and Healthy During Lockdown - special Share Your Scarf edition! (

Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families - parent guide

Health for Kids! by Leicestershire NHS Partnership

Leicestershire County Council Support Available

LCC have produced information for parents with links and advice to support both children's and adults' mental health.