Wellbeing and Covid19

As we return to lockdown and remote learning it’s important to be kind to yourself and try and not add additional pressure to an already challenging situation. Your wellbeing and that of your whānau is important as everyone adapts to this new situation.  All of us will be experiencing a level of worry during these uncertain times and it is normal for children to experience a range of feelings. Children often show signs of struggle through their behaviour and again this is normal and expected. 

 

To support the wellbeing of our students and community, we hope you find these resources helpful in providing information, understanding and positive coping strategies.

 

Our school counsellor, Rebecca, is available to support students via Google Meets and can be contacted on wellbeing@pasadena.school.nz.  Please also get in touch with your child’s teacher if you have any concerns about their wellbeing.

 

This guide from the Ministry of Education is around supporting children while they are learning from home and the connection between your wellbeing and theirs.

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The guide from the Ministry of Education supports adults to have conversations about COVID-19 with children and young people. It contains activities and resources to support children and young people to develop resiliency skills in a time of stress and disruption.

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Sparklers at Home – fun wellbeing activities to support whānau to look after their wellbeing and feel good.

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Calm free meditations.

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Real time resilience – Coping with coronavirus.

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How to help kids feel calm.

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Just a Thought – online course where you can learn to manage your thoughts and feelings to better support your wellbeing.

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All Right Campaign -Getting through together.
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