A full list of the Wellbeing Services being run during the current Covid-19 outbreak can be found via the link below, produced by Swansea Council for Voluntary Services (SCVS). Advice and contact information relates to Asylum Seekers & Refugees, Benefits
Go on you know you want to! PE with a little difference – what a great idea to have fun and stay active.
Eating as healthily as possible during lock-down is important not only for our physical health, but our psychological well being too. Preparing meals together is a good opportunity to check in with each others well being as well developing numeracy,
For our students and families, here are some ways to look after your mental health during isolation.
Follow the guide below – Spell Your Name and complete the workout challenge everyday!
I hope you are all following Joe Wicks daily PE lessons at 9am.
If you want to maintain your skills in rugby and netball why not follow Ben John on YOUTUBE? Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday he will aim to
State of Mind from Platfform VIMEO channel has now been made public so everyone can access fun, uplifting videos to share and support our young people at this difficult time.
Platform State of Mind will be sharing a series of daily videos aimed at young people (but can benefit us all), a mixture of wellbeing strategies, uplifting stories and some fun and laughter!
During these difficult times it can be hard to keep physically fit while also trying to socially distance yourselves.
The Body Coach Joe Wicks is trying to help people who are stuck at home keep active with his own series