Stanton Bridge Primary School

COVID 19 Mental Health and Wellbeing
Here at Stanton Bridge we are committed to improving the wellbeing and mental health of children  and aim for have good mental health for all children and adults.
During this difficult time here are some links for you to look into. 

*Please check links carefully before sharing with children. We are not responsible for external content/adverts.  

Teach Well School Gold Award

We are proud to announce that we have received the Teach Well Alliance School Gold Award: Corona Virus Pandemic. This was awarded for taking care of the physical and mental wellbeing of staff during the current pandemic.


Coronavirus A book for children



Coventry and Warwickshire GP practices and Accident and Emergency Departments are still open

Coventry GP & AE still open

Hope Course

Hope Course 2020

Family Fund details


Following the recent coronavirus outbreak, the Health for Kids and Health for Teens websites have been updated with information about the coronavirus.


These webpages provide children and young people with age-appropriate information to explain the coronavirus and the things they can do to help stop the spread of the virus and look after themselves physically and emotionally during this unsettling time.


Health for Kids


Health for Kids: Grownups


Health for Teens -


Mental health awareness week 18th- 24th May.

Below are some resources for mental health Awareness Week. 

Mental Health Awareness resources

Mental Health Awareness Week Powerpoint

  • Think Ninja APP

ThinkNinja® is an exciting innovation from Healios and one that complements wellbeing support services to help increase access to evidence-based interventions required by young people through a channel that we know they love to engage through.


 Contains support and links to other organisations.WWW.MENTALHEALTH.ORG.UK/A-TO-Z/C/CHILDREN-AND-YOUNG-PEOPLE

Organisations that can help










MIND 5 steps to Well being

  • Mindheart has also produced a small booklet aimed at children under seven years old. This is designed to be coloured in as a therapeutic anxiety reducing activity.

Two Free Courses to Support You During the Coronavirus Pandemic

·       COVID19 – Staying Mentally Well – which walks you through simple steps you can take to try to look after your emotional wellbeing

·       Simple Self-Soothe Strategies – which introduces you to five simple strategies for relaxation and self-soothing which can be used by adults or children.

Summary of key points from courses


Coventry Mental Health 

Service Information for all providers and members of the public during the COVID-19 outbreak.

COVID-19 Coventry Mental Health Service Information

The Complex communication Team have produces Social Stories about school being closed and school is different.

School is Closed Images

School is different Images

Dealing with anxiety

Dragonfly have published a free booklet about how to deal with anxiety and how it could impact education.

This resource will give you some information about: 

• What anxiety is
• How to spot the signs
• Tips for parents
• Tips for young people
• Where you can find more help


Dealing with Stress and Self care
Resources from the Scouting association


Kindness and Resilience Resources

Living together with kindness

Living together with kindness Activity sheet

Kindness worksheet

resilience worksheet

Staying Active


There is a new activity for pupils to ‘draw their walk’.  


  • Joe Wicks Youtube Channel 

Posting workouts each day.

Online Safety support and advice

See for advice and links to support you during this time. 

ThinkUKnow parent help sheet




Here are some links you may find useful for young carer/mental health information:

Carers Week 8th-14th June 2020

The Carers Trust have various sessions running this week as part of the Carer’s Week, please take a look below and contact them direct to find out more on: 024 7663 2972 or email

Young Carers Service E-Bulletin brings you updates during Covid19.
It is important to be mindful of your own mental health and of those around you, in particular in the workplace:

Connect & Create is a new online feature of our Artslink programme, which provides at-home arts & cultural activities specially selected and commissioned for care experienced children & young people.

Advice on working from home

What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is simply about being mindful of what you are thinking and deciding where you choose to focus your attention. Ideally, one would choose to focus his or her attention towards hopefulness and happiness with one’s self. Mindfulness is about deciding to look on the bright side and deciding to be kind to yourself and others.

 The benefits of mindfulness:

  • Better levels of concentration
  • Increased compassion
  • An understanding of our emotional intelligence
  • Improved sleep
  • More regular appetite
  • Can help boost our immune system
Then for yoga for kids this link:
Yoga for adults:
July's action for happiness calendar
This website is good for tips on mental health specifically during the coronavirus outbreak:


Family Health and Lifestyles Services

31st March 2020

Corona Virus Response

Below is information about the services  on offer during the Covid 19 Pandemic. 

Health Visiting

Health Visitors can be contacted for support in the following ways;

Telephone Contact Number : 02475189190

Chat Health text messaging number: 07507329114 This service allows parents/carers to text the service and receive a response within working hours

The Coventry Health Visiting Service will remain active at present. The service delivery model will mainly be offered virtually; telephone/ video calling.

Stop Smoking in Pregnancy Service

Telephone Contact number: 024765189190 Opening hours Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm

The Stop smoking in pregnancy team have also adapted their service and are now offering Skype and on-line support to pregnant women as home visiting has been suspended.

Infant Feeding

Telephone Contact Number : 024765189190 or 07904984620 Opening Hours Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm

The Infant Feeding team will be able to provide information and support required via Skype, online support and video links which has proven to be very popular and effective during these challenging times.


Family Nurse Partnership will continue to work with clients virtually and face to face when necessary. FNP will also support the Health Visiting service in providing provision to vulnerable parents virtually, or face to face when necessary. Early graduation for some clients who are doing well may be an option.

Health Visiting

Health Visitors can be contacted for support in the following ways;

Telephone Contact Number : 02475189190

Chat Health text messaging number: 07507329114 This service allows parents/carers to text the service and receive a response within working hours

The Coventry Health Visiting Service will remain active at present. The service delivery model will mainly be offered virtually; telephone/ video calling. offers a fun way for children to learn about health with games, activities and quizzes. hosts videos and webchats as well as articles to educate teenagers on a range of health topics such as contraception, mental health, drugs and alcohol.

Chat health service that enables 11-18 year olds across Coventry to send confidential SMS text messages to School Nurses who will provide impartial advice and support. The number to text is 07507 331949.

Giving Parent Advice

Parents can call the School Nurses between 8.30am - 16.30pm, Monday to Friday on 02475189190 to discuss any child health concerns they may have. Or can contact us by texting our parent line 07507 329114 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.


Be Active Be Healthy

Contact Number: 07852921406 Opening hours 8:30 – 16:30, Monday to Friday.

Nutrition and Physical Activity Support:

If you would like any support please contact the service for advice / support relating to nutrition or physical activity. The team will be contacting all families who are referred into the service to offer 1:1 telephone support, including all NCMP referrals.

Start Active Stay Active:

With families having to spend time at home it is even more important for parents / carers to ensure children aged 0 – 5 years achieve the recommended amount of physical activity. To help with this the Be Active Be Healthy team are providing ‘Start Active Stay Active’ support. For more information the team can be contacted on: 07852921406 or by email:

New videos are being added weekly.

The Be Active Be Healthy team will be running online group support through the ‘Best You’ app: The groups will be going live over the next few weeks. For more information on how to join contact the team on: 07852921406 or by email:


Mamta are continuing to support families virtually. They can be contacted by;

Telephone: 024 76637693

Key Information

Information relating to the service can be found on;



Instagram: @Coventry_fhls

Coventry SEND Telephone Support for Parents and Carers

This term, Coventry Educational Psychology Service is offering direct telephone support to parents and carers during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Coventry SEND phone support 

Resilience workshop 21.5.2020

Virtual Coffee morning 19.6.2020 

Complex Communications Team (CCT) is part of Coventry Local Authority's SEND Support Service.

CCT Transition Plan

The Speech Link Team

Speech and language therapists have produced some guidance and materials to help you support children with SLCN during their return to school and to facilitate the safe use of speech and language assessments.

Is your child or young person eligible for Travel Assistance? 


This free parent session will include information about the Travel Assistance criteria for children and young people with SEND, at both statutory school age and post 16. 

Transport poster

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