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Mental Health and Wellbeing Support

At the Redeemer, we are here to work with our children and their families, local health and care services and the local community to make sure we are all working the best way we can for our school families. We know the current coronavirus/ COVID-19 pandemic will have a big impact on people’s ability to access the support they need. We also know that this will be a time of increased anxiety and worry for many, and that social distancing measures will have an impact on some people’s emotional health and wellbeing.

Young Minds -Covid-19 Advice

Your child may be feeling excited about the easing of some of the lockdown restrictions. But it’s also normal for children and young people to feel anxious about it. During lockdown, we’ve all experienced lots of change and we’re still living with uncertainty about the coming weeks and months. We’ve spent long periods of time at home and we’ve been told to keep our distance from other people. Your child may have become very aware of keeping themselves and others safe, and so moving out of lockdown might feel worrying. As some lockdown measures begin to ease, some children and young people may find it difficult and it may take them some time to adjust.

Tips for improving your mental health and well-being

Taking Care of Me

Impact on Family Life During Covid19 Pandemic - Barnardo's

Mental Health Week Virtual Assembly
Oak National Academy has teamed up with charities Place2Be and BAFTA Kids to create a free assembly for Children's Mental Health Week 2021, celebrating this year's theme of "Express Yourself".

Children's Mental Health Week 2021 Virtual Assembly - Assemblies - Oak National Academy (

Children's Mental Health Week - Now and Beyond


Biblical Value

John 13v34  “A new command I give you to love one another as I have loved you”