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Welcome to St. John’s Primary School Wellbeing page.


Here you will find many, many resources to support your wellbeing.






Secondary School Worries


BBC Bitesize has a range of starting secondary school resources offering support, tips and advice, from busting myths about secondary school teachers to dealing with embarrassing parents, coping with classwork and worries about losing old friends and making new ones.

You can also take an online quiz to find out if you're secondary school ready!

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Being Resilient and the importance of Kindness

Resilience is having the strength and ability to bounce back from difficulties and learning how to adapt to difficult, tricky situations.   It is also about learning how to cope when things are uncertain, by adapting to changing situations.


Being supportive and showing kindness can help you build resilience. Remember to be kind to yourself so you can face challenges. These challenges will become easier if you continue to build your resilience and confidence when learning.


Watch the video above to discover how showing kindness can improve your mental health. Kindness and mental health are connected.

Showing kindness is a part of our Christian Values.


Make a list of ‘kind things’ that you want to do each day, for others or for yourself, then you can think about your kinds acts for each week; pick out one thing you want to celebrate, and one kind act someone did for you that made you feel happy


Here’s a blank kindness calendar for you to print out – Click Here



Resilience Framework

Mental wellbeing is all about feeling good and functioning well. We all have mental health, and we can all do simple things to look after it.

Check out Liverpool CAMHS for more information about the resilience framework.


CLICK HERE for a PDF of the framework.

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Evidence suggests there are 5 steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing. Trying these things could help you feel more positive and able to get the most out of life, even during these very challenging times.

Additional resources to support good mental health and wellbeing: primary aged children