Mental Wellbeing Resources

The teenage years have always been an anxious time.  When the effects of a global pandemic are added to this turbulent time, it is no wonder that many students are feeling under pressure.

With concerns about studying online, how your grades will be awarded and feeling socially isolated, it is natural to be feeling that things are a little difficult at the moment.  Some of you may also have additional concerns about the health of friends and relatives, or may have lost a loved one.

With this in mind, we have put together a range of resources to help with your wellbeing during this challenging time.  Different strategies work for different people, so do take a look and pick and choose those which appeal to you.  Please do remember that you are not alone in your feelings, and that this too will pass.

Even for those who are not currently struggling, we feel that these activities will be useful in helping all students to build their resilience and ability to cope with challenging situations.  In today’s ever-changing society, it has never been more important for young people to develop their ability to bounce back from problems and to face life with a flexible mindset.  Developing these skills will enable you to thrive throughout your school career and beyond.  So do take a look at these resources and see how you can take a step towards building a brighter and happier future.

Dealing with Stress 

Looking at your inner dialogue

Staying motivated 

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