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Life Hacks - Looking after Yourself

Activities to try for your Mental Health:

  • Kindness with Zumos – Part of our 70 Day Wellbeing Programme. Today we focus of Kindness.
  • The Mental Health Foundation - A selection of Mental Health Foundation materials, including some great social media graphics to raise awareness and show support online.
  • Random Acts of Kindness - A fun site focussing on positive action and experience. All sorts here from virtual tours of the world’s greatest museums, to energetic challenges focussing on this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week topic - Kindness.
  • Positive Psychology - A whole host of activities for all ages, some fun games and conversation starters all centred around being kind.
  • Take Action Get Active - Part of the MHF challenge to get active this May. Focussed on the links between physical activity and mental wellbeing. Would make a great virtual challenge or video project.
  • Time to Change - Some great games, posters and graphics to print and play.
  • Random Acts of Kindness Lesson Plans - Worth having a look as we are all educators in our home schools, some nice lesson plans and extra ideas to do at home.
  • Do Good From Home - Some great inspiration on here, lots of great ideas of activities you can do at home as a family to show some kindness to others in the times of pandemic.

As a digital service Kooth continues to operate its anonymous, professional  1:1 text based counselling service and wellbeing support platform.

There are no criteria thresholds, young people just need to go to www.kooth.com, create an account and get instant access to Kooth.

You then have access 24/7 to the platform hosting clinical content, forums and peer support. If they wish to chat with a counsellor the clinical team are available from 12 - 10 pm Monday to Friday and from 6 - 10 pm at the weekend. Young people can join the chat queue or send a message to the team. 

You can watch a video here explaining the service.

On Kooth you can...

Chat to our friendly counsellors Read articles written by young people Get support from the Kooth community Write in a daily journal

 

Click here to read how has COVID-19 has affected the mental health of young people in the UK


Positive Wellbeing during School Closure

Try and focus on the things you can control:

  • Good sleep routine
  • Healthy diet
  • Regular exercise
  • Keep a mood diary
  • Communicate with others
  • Follow your school timetable
  • Find enjoyment in the little things

Try and eat 5 portions of fruit and veg a day: fruit yoghurts, fruit juice, soups and baked beans all count as a portion.

Keep a daily mood diary to track how you are feeling whilst off school. There are lots of free journal apps and printable mood trackers online.

It is important to still stay in regular contact with family and friends, during this period of social distancing. Here are some apps which allow you to make free video calls through the internet:

  

Why not put a smile on your face and check out Monterey Bay Aquarium, they have daily live cam recordings on their website: www.montereybayaquarium.org/animals/live-cams

HEADSPACE is a great app to focus the mind, learn new ways to relax, and improve your general mood and sleep habits; it is also NHS recommended.

If you are worried about how you are feeling whilst off school, it is important to reach out to those around. There is also free and confidential support and advice available online:

                                                   

  


Everyone is getting involved online, trying to help young people stay busy while schools are closed, so why not check out these videos and learn something new for free:

  • PE with Joe Wicks, Weekdays at 9am on YouTube, videos can all be viewed any time.
  • RadioBlogging.net are offering live daily interviews with authors and poets, Weekdays at 9:30am, encouraging young writers to get involved.
  • Read with David Walliams, who is releasing a free audio book every day at 11am for 30 days, on his website and Facebook page www.worldofdavidwalliams.com
  • Dance with ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ star Oti Mabuse, every day at 11:30am on Facebook and YouTube, videos can be viewed any time.
  • Maths with Carol Vorderman, free access to her maths website www.themathsfactor.com
  • Music with Myleene on YouTube ‘Myleene’s Music Klass’, she is releasing videos twice a week, and videos can be viewed any time.
  • Geography with Steve Backshall, the wildlife expert will be uploading regular videos on YouTube and Facebook, from 9:30am daily.
  • Learn the basics of British Sign Language with Natasha Lamb, Weekdays at 1pm, videos uploaded on Facebook and Youtube.
  • Learn to draw with Steve Harpster search ‘Harptoons’ on Youtube and Facebook. Live drawing sessions uploaded every day at 6pm
  • History lessons with Dan snow, on www.historyhit.com access loads of articles, podcast and documentaries. Use the code ‘twitter’ to subscribe for 30 days free
  • Professor Brian Cox will also be getting involved and uploading physic videos in the coming days….
  • The Every Mind Matters platform about looking after your mental health (from Public Health England)