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Supporting Children with Medical
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  • WELLBEING

    WELLBEING

    Wellbeing and Mental Health
  • CHALLENGES

    CHALLENGES

    Supporting Children with the Challenges they face at School
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    CONDITIONS

    Information and Advice on Medical and Mental Health Conditions

Supporting Children with Medical and Mental Health Needs at School

Schools

Schools

Supporting children, young people and their families.

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Parents/Carers

Parents/Carers

Getting support for your child's needs when they are at school.

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Young People

Young People

Young people tell us what they would like schools to know.

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The Well at School Blog

Time To Listen

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Time To Listen

It is remarkable how our habits can change and become second nature. The last three years has been a huge social experiment as well as a medical emergency. It’s not often radical change happens quickly, so what can we learn from it? How do we move forward without simply slipping back to the old ways?
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Towards the Light

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Towards the Light

It can be hard to see the light right now. There is a dark heavy feeling over the weeks, months, and possibly years ahead. Our schools are struggling with rising costs and increasing needs. Reports of shortfalls in budgets, staff recruitment issues, and increasing social problems have become the everyday business of all our schools.
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All Change

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All Change

The start of a new school year is generally a period of change within a framework of well practised systems and expectations. Well it was until about two and a half years ago. 
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What is next for SEND policy and practice?

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What is next for SEND policy and practice?

Many politicians have a fondness for looking back, hoping to find solutions for today’s problems in actions of the past. With a focus on grammar and ‘knowledge rich’ curricula, the marginalisation of skills-based learning, and the back-and-forth reintroduction of grammar schools, it is hard at times to see even a spark of a new idea.
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Looking for HOPE

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Looking for HOPE

We live in unsettled times. The events in Europe over the past weeks, along with the pandemic, force us to reflect. It’s easy to take for granted the things we have and the way we live, it’s generally only when life as we know it is interrupted that we think about the small things that make it what it is.
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What unites us, is much greater than what divides us

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What unites us, is much greater than what divides us

We have a long involvement with HOPE (Hospital Organisation of Pedagogues in Europe) and their president Jan encouraged me to write a post for their upcoming newsletter. I could not disappoint him, but where to start? There is so much happening in the world at the moment and not all of it is good.
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After the Storm

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After the Storm

It is not just the weather that’s been stormy, and although the winds are calming, at least for now and power is being restored, there’s still a lot of clearing up to do. This may describe events post Storm Eunice – but it could be said to describe this phase of the pandemic.
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Help and Advice

Get Help Now

Get Help Now

Young Minds - get urgent help

The Mix - get support

NHS Mental Health helpline - getting help in a crisis

Childline - information and support

Kooth - free, safe and anonymous support for young people

AFC Crisis Messenger - free, confidential, 24/7 text message support service

Papyrus - non-judgemental support, advice and information for those dealing with suicide, depression or emotional distress

Beat- a champion, guide and friend to anyone affected by eating disorders

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