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Remember it is good to talk! Please don't ever hesitate to contact your child's class teacher if you need advice but in the meantime here are some materials you may find useful:


TIC + Counselling Services In Gloucestershire is a free and confidential service for children aged 0-25 and parents living in Gloucestershire.

They have a parent support line and an online chat feature called 'TIC+ Chat'.

The different services all have different phone numbers and operating times so check the website for the service you want.

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CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) have put together a range of resources to support children and their families who may be struggling with anxiety during these difficult times. There is a specific section covering the impact of coronavirus, but also more generic links to books, apps and websites.


Fact 4 Life

These activities aim to reassure young people (and their families around them) as they live through these unsettling times. They are designed to encourage self-care and support wellbeing, but most importantly to be fun and engaging. 



  • Childline has a range of support, advice and activities, including helping with trouble falling asleep which you find on the home page. Click on the 'Toolbox' tab to find Games, Art Box and Calm Zone.
  • Childline Calm Zone has lots of different strategies to calm down - just find the one that works for you.
  • Childline Games is a selection of games and puzzles to distract you from whatever is worrying you and to lift your mood.

Winston's Wish

Winston's Wish is the leading childhood bereavement charity in the UK, who offer support & guidance to bereaved children & their families.


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Making time to relax your mind and body can really help your wellbeing.  There are endless resources on the internet but here are a few you that you may find useful.  Click the links to find out more:


Wellbeing Packs

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