Newick Church of England Primary School

'Life in all its fullness' John 10:10

Mental Health & Wellbeing

Welcome to our Wellbeing page. This page covers some ideas to stay mentally well and develop strategies to help support your wellbeing. There are links to support both children and families.

School Council Video on Wellbeing

East Sussex Support for parents and carers

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Apps for Wellbeing


Breathe, Think, Do with Sesame

   Breathe, Think, Do with Sesame : Apps & Games

Breathe, Think, and Do with Sesame app helps children learn to deal with frustrating situations using the "breathe, think, do" method. They'll learn to take long, deep belly breaths to calm down, think of a few strategies to handle the problem, and then do those things. They'll develop resilience as they overcome frustrations and challenges on their own.



    Calm - Meditate, Sleep, Relax - Apps on Google Play

Calm is the perfect meditation app for beginners, but also includes hundreds of programs for intermediate and advanced users. Guided meditation sessions are available in lengths of 3, 5, 10, 15, 20 or 25 minutes so you can choose the perfect length to fit with your schedule.


Headspace: Guided Meditation

   Mindfulness - Headspace

Headspace: Guided Meditation and Mindfulness takes a calm, relaxed approach to bringing calm relaxation into the lives of adults and children. Headspace app, aims to keep children "calm and focused" through short meditation exercises.


Smiling Mind

    6 best free mindfulness apps for teachers and students - Klassroom

Smiling Mind is designed to help people deal with the pressure, stress, and challenges of daily life. This app has a fantastic section on Mindfulness in the Classroom. An especially good choice for the younger users out there, as it was created specifically with students in mind. Smiling Mind offers programs for a variety of age groups, including 7-9, 10-12, 13-15, 16-18 and adults. The app has an easy-to-use interface for keeping track of your progress over time, both in terms of how many sessions you complete and how your emotions change.


Links for Parents Carers