Things to Get Involved In

Railway Children Sleepout - 31st March 2022

The fundraising event you can do in your sleep is back for 2022! Swap your warm bed at home for the cold floor of a railway station for one night only and help us raise awareness as well as vital funds to support the hundreds of children who face hardship every day around the world.

GET INVOLVED HERE

Selfcare

Self-care is all about what you can do to help yourself feel better or to keep yourself feeling good. It’s a way that we can look after our own mental health and wellbeing. Everyone’s approach to self-care will look different. What works for you might not work for others. There are lots of different self-care strategies so you can try out different ones until you find something that works for you. The main thing is to find things you enjoy. Whatever works for you.


Check out over 90 self-care strategies identified and written by young people on https://www.annafreud.org/on-my-mind/self-care/.  
Coping Tips

Shout- the crisis text service have put together this pocket book of coping skills that you can use if you’re feeling anxious or overwhelmed, lonely or low, worried or stressed. We hope you can use this booklet whenever you need. Based on conversations their volunteers have taken with people who have contacted Shout 85258 for support, this booklet provides their top coping methods people use when they have finished their conversations with us. We hope that you can refer to it whenever you need, or share it with someone else who might need it.

Student Space

Student Space is here for students through coronavirus. However you’re feeling, help and guidance is available. Explore a range of trusted information, services and tools to help you with the challenges of student life.

NHS App
NHS App helps people find apps and online tools to help manage their health and wellbeing
Mindfulness Challenges

Sweet Challenge



Buy a pack of coloured sweets like the one in the picture.
- For every red one say one thing that makes you happy.
- For every blue one say something that makes you feel sad.
- For every green one say something that makes you motivated.
- For every yellow, one thing that makes you excited.
- For every brown, a good choice you made today.
- For every orange, something you love about yourself

Tasting Exercise

Taste something with a strong flavour, like coffee or a tangerine, and pay close attention to what happens in your mouth, then what feeling these tastes evoke. Really try and appreciate how the object tastes and how the object makes you feel. Breathe it in deep without thinking of anything other than that object and how it makes you feel. Try this a couple of times until you have fully understood and appreciated every aspect and emotion of the taste.

The Fab Story

Some great tips from The Fab Story who you can follow on Instagram @thefabstory

Adult Colouring

CLICK HERE to view and download a range of coloring in sheets.

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