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Coningsby St Michael's

Church of England

Primary School

Believe. Aspire. Succeed.

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Parenting Support

Healthy Minds - Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

The latest workshop created by Healthy Minds Lincolnshire is a 5 part series on managing change called “Survival Guide to Change”. This workshop series is appropriate for children and young people aged 10+. Families/carers of children younger than 10 are welcome to watch the videos themselves to learn skills and strategies to share with their children. We would recommend that children around the age of 10 are supported by an adult with completing these workshops. The videos make some references to COVID-19, but the strategies can be used for coping with many different changes.

 

You Tube playlist  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLW9DMsXudAdPPgJA3-ojDNupRL2B0ZCby

Healthy Minds have also created:

1. a workshop to support parent/carers to learn new strategies to understand and support their child/young person presenting with anxiety and additional needs

2. a workshop for both primary and secondary age children to help manage worries and anxious feelings. 

Using reading books can help support your child/children to manage their worries, thoughts and feelings. These two books can help you to talk with your child about their worries.

Everybody Worries (ebook) and My Hero Is You

 

COVID-19 Coronavirus - Plan for Continued Support for Parents

 

We are all experiencing challenging times, it is important that we strengthen our networks of family and friends to try to support each other. As a school, we will continue to support families by maintaining contact through the DOJO messaging system and where appropriate we will contact parents directly on a weekly basis.

 

If you have any concerns, whether about learning or welfare matters, you can:

  • DOJO message the class teacher directly
  • DOJO message Mrs Smith directly
  • Email the school and your email will be directed to the appropriate member of school staff enquiries@csm.lincs.sch.uk

 

Should you require additional support, you may also find the below contact numbers useful:

 

Lincolnshire Children’s Services:  01522 782111

Family Line: 0808 802 6666  www.family-action.org.uk/familyline

NSPCC:  0808 800 5000  www.nspcc.org.uk

Samaritans:  116 123  www.samaritans.org

Mental Health Support Network in Lincolnshire:  http://www.lincsshine.co.uk/

Housing Support:  01507 306819  www.p3charity.org

Carers First:  0300 303 1555  www.carersfirst.org.uk

Christians Against Poverty0800 328 0006  www.capuk.org

 

The information received by school from the Government is ever changing, information will be updated as necessary.

Healthy Minds Lincolnshire - Support with Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing

 

The Healthy Minds/CAMHS Here4You line continues to operate as normal however we are understandably experiencing an increase in calls and referrals:

 

Here4You (Monday – Friday, 0930 – 1630 excluding Bank Holidays) 01522 309120

 

 

The Healthy Minds and CAMHS website has been updated with information regarding COVID-19 and emotional wellbeing: https://www.lpft.nhs.uk/young-people/lincolnshire/whats-new

 

On this website you will also find self-help information for children, young people, parents and professionals as well as information on what to do if more help is needed.

 

Lincolnshire CC’s Emotional Wellbeing Pathway has lots of useful advice and information:  http://search3.openobjects.com/kb5/lincs/fsd/family.page?familychannel=2_9_9

 

Kooth.com with free, safe and anonymous online support for young people: www.Kooth.com

 

Steps2Change which has guided self-help for adults and information on what to do if more help is needed: https://www.lpft.nhs.uk/steps2change/home

 

 

FAMILYLINE

 

Family Action's FamilyLine service has launched and is excited to be offering free support and guidance on all aspects of family life to parents and carers across England and Wales.

The FamilyLine service provides Helpline, Befriending and Counselling support via telephone, email and text message. The service if FREE and available 6pm - 10pm on weekdays and 10am -1pm on weekends.

 

Telephone: 0808 802 0666

Text: 07537 404 282

Email: familyline@family-action.org.uk

Visit: www.family-action.org.uk/familyline

Information to help children to manage their worries 

Behaviour Support

Suggested reading to support your child at home

Children's Mental Health Week

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