Mental Health and Well-being at Hurley Primary
At Hurley Primary we adopt a whole school approach to promoting positive pupil and adult well-being. We strive to create a positive ethos and a supportive environment which enables pupils to flourish and reach their fullest potential. Follow the link below to find out more about our approach ;-
To Promote Good Mental Health Pupils should know the following information;-
Useful Family Wellbeing Advice, Links and Activities
Household Support Fund – Fuel and food support
|For the parents of children eligible for benefits related FSM February 2022|
For further details about financial support to help with fuel and food please down load the following letters
Letter outlining financial support for FSM families for food and fuel Feb 22.pdf
|If you are in need of help or support during these difficult times there are a number of agencies who can help with family wellbeing or finance issues. |
If you need support please contact school and we would be happy to help you.
School contact details ;-
by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or ring school tel: 01827 872207
Early Help Support
|School can provide additional support for families in need using the Early Help process|
See link below for details
Information leaflet for parents (PDF, 380 KB)
Ask at school if you feel you and your family might benefit from Early Help Support
Follow this link to the Warwickshire Early Help Web Site for further information
The Family Information Service
FIS Web-Site and further Family Support
|TOPIC||Click on links below|
|Click on the FIS Web-Site|
For advice and support for your family
|The Family Information Service Website|
|For one to one advice ring FIS||FIS contact details|
|Family Information Service Newsletters||FIS newsletters|
|Further family Support advice||BBC Bitesize Parent Toolkit|
|Well being and Mental Health Support||Well being Support Agencies|
|Anxiety booklet||Anxiety Booklet.|
The Latest Newsletters from the Family Support Service
|Please use follow the link below to access the latest newsletter from The Warwickshire Family Support Service and the School Health Team;- |
The Warwickshire Health and Wellbeing Service
| The Warwickshire School Health and Wellbeing Service (WSHWS)|
Compass – The School Health Team
This service is led by school nurses and supports school-aged children, young people and their families with their health and wellbeing needs continuing the support you may have received from your Health Visitor.
Please view the Compass WSHWBS Service promotion video
Warwickshire School Health & Wellbeing Service Introduction Video
You can find out more about this service and the support offered by visiting their web-site
You may also be interested in viewing Preparing children for primary school’ webpage,
This gives great advice, top tips and a virtual workshop for getting children ready for school.
Warwickshire School Health & Wellbeing Service
Address: Valiant Office Suites, Lumonics House, Valley Drive, Rugby CV21 1TQ
Telephone: 03300 245 204
Service Email: email@example.com (secure using Egress)
Email (NHS): firstname.lastname@example.org
Email (schools): email@example.com
Charity Number – 518048 / Registered in England No 2054594
Registered Office: 2nd Floor, Kensington House, Westminster Place, York Business Park, York YO26 6RW
Follow us on twitter @schoolhealthC4H
Warwickshire Heath and Wellbeing Newsletters
The Family Support Service can help to resolve family conflict FIS contact details If you need help contact the school for for further advice or support
Parenting Support Programmes for the NEW YEAR 2021
|click on the link below to find out more about these exciting parent support programmes|
Warwickshire Local Welfare Scheme
Financial Support for families facing hardship this winter
|The Local Welfare Scheme Grant |
Financial Support is available for families facing hardship this winter.
Please click on the following link to find out more about the the support available
thE WARWICKSHIRE WELFARE GRANT SCHEME leaflet
CONTACT DETAILS FOR THE LOCAL WELFARE SCHEME
PHONE;- 01926 359182 or 0800 408 148
For information about wider support from the council and other services, go to: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/facinghardship
The leaflet about help with food access and money management is available at www.warwickshire.gov.uk/winterhardship
More information about the COVID Winter Grant is online at www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-winter-grant-scheme
FRIENDLY FEBRUARY CALENDAR
|FRIENDLY FEBRUARY CALENDAR|
Please click on the Friendly Calendar link Friendly February Calendar
This calendar is full of ideas for the month of February to support and build friendships. This will in turn help to promote our mental well-being. We hope you find the activities interesting and useful.
TIME TO TALK DAY – Thursday 4th February 2021
|TIME TO TALK DAY – Thursday 4th February 2021|
Our school health team, Compass have asked us to make parents aware that next Thursday 4th Feb is TIME TO TALK DAY .
The TIME TO TALK campaign highlights mental health issues and how having a small conversation has the power to make a big difference. Please follow the links below for more information about this day. We hope you find this information useful.
· Time to Talk Day
· Time to Talk Activity Sheet
The team are planning a comprehensive range of parenting programmes for delivery during 2021 which will be advertised on the Warwickshire website and can be booked through the following link:
Christmas recorded parenting presentations
The Christmas presentation include:
- Top tips for co-parenting at Christmas
- Game plan for teenagers
- Christmas with children aged 5 – 11 years
- Internet safety advice at Christmas
- Top Tips for parents & carers of children with SEND at Christmas
|FIS Christmas briefing||FIS briefing for families December 2020.|
|FIS Christmas Newsletter||FIS Christmas Newsletter|
FUN FAMILY ACTIVITIES YOU CAN ENJOY AT HOME OVER CHRISTMAS 2020
The Kindness advent Calendar
THE ALTERNATIVE ADVENT CALENDAR
These family activities vary and cover all areas of Physical Education with a focus on children using physical skills, creativity, and thinking skills together in the tasks. Every activity to be done with everyday household equipment and encourage the children to take part with their families where possible.
- Interactive Advent Calendar (click on a new door each day to reveal an activity).
- Advent Calendar Activity Cards – for each of the activities behind the doors.
- PDF version of Advent Calendar (minus the doors).
Also one activity will be every day between now and Christmas Day on the Twitter page @PEatHome1 too.
HOME PE Website where all Christmas activities plus all other cards are housed too. https://www.kessp.com/page/?title=PE+at+Home&pid=45
We hope you and your family enjoy trying out some of these fun sporting activities at home over Christmas time.