Wellbeing is about our thoughts, feelings and emotions and the ability to react to life. This website will provide activities to help children understand their emotions and feelings and help them develop emotional resilience and to manage setbacks.
PSHE KS2: The Brain LabA collection of short films on mindset and mindfulness. Five of the films introduce us to one of the five steps to wellbeing, with the sixth film 'The Brain House' using animation to look at what is happening inside our brain when we feel 'big' emotions. The final film is a guide for teachers which introduces the concept of mindsets and mindfulness, and suggests ways the films can be used in class.
EYFS / KS1: Feeling BetterA collection of short films presented by Dr Radha Moghil that explore a whole range of feelings and emotions, as well as providing talking points and tools to feel better.
How can you cope with feeling angry?A group of children describe what they do when they feel angry and how these strategies help them to calm down. Some of the children are able to describe how their anger feels. A role-play illustrates that there are alternatives to letting anger take over. A 'traffic lights' system can help to think through angry moments.
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