Frightening events that are widely reported in the media such as the Coronavirus pandemic can cause children to worry about themselves and others. If your child appears worried, please follow the link below for useful advice and guidance from Child Bereavement UK.



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Cornwall Healthy Schools: COVID-19 Update

Please find below a list of resources compiled by Cornwall Healthy Schools. Hopefully you will find this useful in looking after your wellbeing whilst at home.


PE with Joe!

Since schools have shut to stop the spread of coronavirus, Joe Wicks has become the entire country's PE teacher. Joe Wicks is holding live 30-minute workouts on his Youtube channel at 9am on weekdays for parents and children to get involved. Joe talks about staying positive through the outbreak and reveals he is donating all of the money from the videos to the NHS.


Visit to choose your PE session.









Now that we are spending more time at home, it can be difficult to be as active as much as we would like to. Join Sport England's new movement #StayInWorkOut and find lots of fun and creative ideas on how to get active at home.

See more




Childline support during coronavirus 


Childline is available online and on the phone to give support to children and young people whilst at home during the coronavirus outbreak. Visit their website to access lots of information for coping during lockdown and with other worries that may arise.

Access Childline support



Online Safety at Home


Thinkuknow have created online safety support for parents during Covid-19 and the closure of schools.With content and activities available for all age groups from 4 years old, there are home activity packs available with simple 15 minute activities for parents and children to support their online safety at home, in a time where they may be spending more time online.

Get online safety support here



Every Mind Matters have developed specific resources and information to support your mental wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak. The resources are free to access and are approved by the NHS, and offer simple steps to take care of our mental wellbeing whilst we are in lockdown at home.

Find out more about the campaign



Explaining coronavirus to children


Help support children to understand simple facts about coronavirus and feeling poorly with this very simple and useful tool. Click below to download the PDF.

Download the PDF here





The British Psychological Society have published tips and guidance for talking to children about illness in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. There is guidance and recommendations available for all age groups. You can download this guidance below.

Download the guidance here




Thinking of quitting smoking? There has never been a better time to quit than NOW! Smoking can cause harm to the immune system, and can therefore leave smokers more vulnerable to infections. Smokers are at greater risk of: 

  • getting acute respiratory infections
  • infections lasting longer 
  • infections being more serious than for someone who does not smoke

Healthy Cornwall can help you to quit smoking - visit the Healthy Cornwall website to find out more information and to access advice and support.



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Tips advice and where you can get support

Supporting your child during the Pandemic

What to do if you are anxious abot coronavirus

and much more...





Headspace is a personal guide to health and happiness. Designed to help you focus, breathe, stay calm, perform at your best, and get a better night’s rest through the life-changing skills of relaxation, meditation and mindfulness.

Calm is an app for meditation and sleep. Designed to help lower stress, lessen anxiety, and assist in a more restful sleep with guided meditations, Sleep Stories, breathing programs, masterclasses and relaxing music.

Smiling Mind is a web and app-based program developed by psychologists and educators to help bring balance to people’s lives.

WellMind is a free NHS mental health and wellbeing app designed to help you with stress, anxiety and depression. The app includes advice, tips and tools to improve your mental health and boost your wellbeing.

MindShift uses strategies based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to help you learn to relax and be mindful, develop more effective ways of thinking, and use active steps to take charge of your anxiety.

NHS Weight Loss Plan. Develop healthier eating habits, be more active, and get on track to start losing weight with this NHS Choices 12-week diet and exercise plan.

Insight Timer offer guided meditations and talks led by the world's top meditation and mindfulness experts, neuroscientists, psychologists and teachers from Stanford, Harvard, the University of Oxford and more.

Sleepio is designed to teach you how to overcome even long-term poor sleep without medication. This is the companion app for the Sleepio programme.

Moodometer is an interactive mood diary for monitoring and understanding emotional wellbeing.

Dragon in the Attic is a game for 7 - 11 year old boys and girls about health and wellbeing choices which gives players greater awareness and confidence.

Worrinots provides children with a platform that they can use to communicate their worries, fears and anxieties.

Happime a free non-profit app that helps to raise self-esteem, self-confidence and happiness levels in children young people and adults by teaching them about the power of thinking positively and how to choose a more helpful way of thinking.

Feely an app to track your feelings and receive scientific exercises and work on activities that help you feel happier.

Moods: Mental Health Tracking with an easy fast traffic light colour system to track moods.

Chill Panda is an app designed to help with anxiety, managing worries and improving wellbeing for primary school-aged children.

#selfcare  - Helps you practice some Self Care. Breathing slowly connects us to our body and gives us life. We can breathe for as long as we'd like. There's no hurry. There's no end. We breathe and we listen to ourselves. In this universe, our goal is simply to feel better. There's no winning, no failure, no score. No difficulty, no ads, no notifications. There is just us and our feelings.

Calm Harm  - provides tasks to help you resist or manage the urge to self-harm. You can set a password so that it's completely private

DistrACT - Concerned about self-harming? Feeling suicidal? Not sure what to do next? Then this app is for you.

The distrACT app provides easy, quick and discreet access to general health information and advice about self-harm.

Self-Heal - If you’re self-harming, finding anonymous support can be tough. Self-heal has been developed in collaboration with potential users, clinicians and researchers to produce a tool that lets you take charge of your behaviour.

Woebot - Meet Woebot! Your friendly self-care expert. Woebot can help you:
-Think through situations with step-by-step guidance from Woebot using tools from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
-Learn about yourself with intelligent mood tracking
-Master skills to reduce stress and live happier through over 100+




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