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Eastbrook Primary Academy

Eastbrook Primary Academy

"Everyone matters and every day counts"

"An outstanding school" (Ofsted July 2015)


Our pupils' wellbeing has never been more important in these challenging times. The PSHE curriculum at Eastbrook places a high priority on this aspect of our children's development and we also appreciate that parents may need additional ideas and resources to support their children at home.  In this section we will add regular wellbeing videos created by members of the Eastbrook team, sharing activities to help maintain a positive mindset. Following those are a selection of links to appropriate websites to help pupils and parents.

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Eastbrook Wellbeing Videos

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Instructions for origami bench

Instructions for origami dog

Instructions for origami rabbit


Wellbeing websites suitable for children

Oak National Academy has teamed up with Place2Be and BAFTA Kids to create a free assembly for Children's Mental Health Week 2021, celebrating this year's theme of “Express Yourself”.

Health for Kids | A fun and interactive resource for learning about health

Includes ways for children to deal with excess worrying, anxiety, low self-esteem and change.

BBC - When I Worry About Things

A collection of animated films that explore mental health issues from the perspective of children.

Videos about Mindfulness for Teens - Welcome to Mindful Moments in Education

Introductory animation about mindfulness and practical tips for children.


A website to explore with an adult’s help, with a focus on Covid-19 and young people’s mental health.

Singing is known to help you feel good. Join Sing Up every Tuesday morning at 9am for the Feelgood Fifteen.

Further resources for parents and carers

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This 'toolkit' of resources has been produced by Mentally Healthy Schools for use during Children's Mental Health Week and beyond.
Image result for action for happiness Contains a directory of links to websites and further reading for parents and other interested adults.

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Every Mind Matters is the national platform for good mental health, from Public Health England. 

BBC Bitesize: Parents' Toolkit: SEND - Internet Matters

Top tips, useful links and expert advice to support you and your child's wellbeing and learning in a changing world. Parents, we've got you.

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A list of 15 Mindfulness and Relaxation Apps for children with Anxiety recommended by West Sussex County Council.