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Resilience Activities Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Emotional Health Activities > Resilience Activities

Finding ways to help build resilience will help your children when times are tough. These activities can help you talk together about this and find healthy ways to cope.Resilience Ladder This resource is designed to be used with children to help them to highlight a goal and break it down into smaller achievable steps. Resilience Game This game explores common things which children may experience in their day to day life at home, or at school. Resilience Backpack Activity This activity helps

Anti-Bullying Activities Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Emotional Health Activities > Anti-Bullying Activities

These videos and activities can help you talk together about bullying. Understanding the impact of bullying and finding ways to cope lets your child know that you are there to help them.Life After Bullying This video looks at some of the after effects of bullying. --> The Walk Home From School  A powerful video showing the difference that a few positive words from a friend can make. -->  10 Steps to Prevent Bullying Norfolk Youth Against Bullying have created this helpful

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in appointments available all over Norfolk in the coming weeks. The Community and School aged. can Help? For questions or queries about school age immunisations you can contact Hertfordshire

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or school, talk to them about any concerns you may have, they can reassure you and / or help you find. child attends school or an early years setting, talk to them about any concerns you may have, they can

Sleep Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Sleep

who could help out sometimes? Take any chance to nap. If your child is at school, nursery or has. bank holidays) and 9am-1pm on Saturdays. If your child attends school or an early years setting, talk

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the move to secondary school that parents decide whether their child is ready to be left home alone. until your child is ready. Look into local after school, or community sporting / creative clubs Look

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about their school day and their friends, especially during the ‘trying’ teenage years. Help your

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. The police will be able to support if required. Your child’s school may also be able to help you

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at home or at school. They may find it hard to concentrate and do their best at school because

Gangs Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Around Others > Gangs

. They want to gain status, and feel powerful. They’ve been excluded from school and don’t feel they have.; A rise in skipping school. Multiple mobile phones. Your child's friends may change suddenly. but there are reports of seven year olds being 'groomed' into county lines.  Primary school children are seen. can be groomed into county lines. However, those from poor households, who often  skip school. in positive after school/weekend activities.  Get to know their friends.  Always know where your