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Church of England Junior School

Emotional Well-being

The return to school, after a long break, has brought many challenges for families. Whilst there is relief our young people are having some degree of normality, the impact of COVID is still there. Some of our children are feeling very anxious and worried, and as parents we may see this at home through worrying and challenging behaviour.

CAHMS is a brilliant starting point in looking for advice as parent to support your child's emotional needs. The parents sections contains a number of helpful guides, which might give you ideas for ways to tackle worries at home. 

Telephone support for families:
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Educational Psychology (HIEP) remains available to contact for all. 


Winston's Wish Charity, a bereavement charity, have put together some useful information for children and parents, should it be needed.

The NSPCC has created a number of resources to support parents and carers.. Topics include information from talking to a child worried about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic to how to cope with tantrums and other difficult behaviour

The ChildLine website has many fantastic resources and games in the Tool Kit section which you can have a look at. Visit

For older children have a look at the Children’s Society



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Kath, from Relax Kids, has offered some very valuable support to a number of our pupils and their families over the last few years.  She has continued working virtually and, where possible, face to face with children.  

Take a look at her website:


Kath Routledge 

Relax Kids Coach 

Tel: 07989 476533 

Facebook: Relax Kids Basingstoke

Twitter @rkbasingstoke