Welcome to our Wellbeing page for parents to support their children and themselves

Having good mental health, helps us relax more, achieve more, and enjoy our lives more. We understand that children and adults may be feeling anxious, stressed, sad, lonely, or frustrated at some point. We sign post all of our children, adults, and school community to the ‘Every Mind Matters’ website: https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters/.

Help for parents during COVID-19

Here, you can access some information to assist you and your child during the pandemic. There are other links at the bottom of this webpage where you can find more support.


Parents & Carer information sheet

8 Ways to help children struggling during lockdown

Parent Awareness Course

ChatHealth briefing for stakeholders 02.02.21 Halton

Support agencies for parents and children during lockdown

Parent and Child Wellbeing Poster

Parents-covid19 – You’ve got this

Parents & Carer information sheet

The webinar is brought to you by Halton and Warrington Borough Councils and Halton and Warrington Citizens Advice and will explore the complex relationship between money and mental health

There will be a focus on the link between mental health and financial difficulties, including the impact this relationship can have on managing finances and engaging with help. Halton and Warrington Citizens advice will discuss local data highlighting who is engaging with financial support during Covid 19 and more worryingly who isn’t. You will be able to ask questions and engage with the webinar via a 15 minute Question and Answer section at the end

This webinar is aimed at professionals, volunteers and members of the public who live and work in Runcorn, Widnes and Warrington

Adults as well as children need to look after their emotional wellbeing. Please find activities below for families to complete together.




The best things in life are free posters


Promotion of positive mental wellbeing

The school offers pupils many opportunities to do physical and relaxing activities to promote positive wellbeing:-

  • Dinner time games to play outside
  • Library visits to borrow books to read
  • Home Learning Projects
  • Themed Days
  • Charity Days
  • Summer and Christmas Fairs
  • Residential visits
  • Educational day visits
  • After school clubs


Celebrate Success

The school likes to celebrate the many successes that are children achieve:-

  • Twitter each school day to celebrate what is taking place.
  • Displaying pupil’s work
  • Good work Assembly each week
  • Class Assemblies
  • Positive praise postcards
  • Castle View badges given daily

Mental Health concern for your Child

The school values the support of parents by working in partnership with them to support their child.   If parents have a mental health concern about their child they are most welcome to discuss this with Mrs Williams, the Children’s Mental Health Lead.

Here are some resources that may help:

Talking to your children about Mental Health

Mental Health and Well-being Children’s page

Mental Health concern for yourself or another adult

If parents/carer have a mental health concern about themselves they are most welcome to discuss this with Mrs Roberts, the Adult’s Mental Health Lead who can signpost you to support agencies.


Castle View Primary and Nursery School Wellbeing documents

Mental health and emotional wellbeing policy Nov 20

PSHE policy – 3I’s

Keeping children safe in education – please see our Safeguarding section within the School Information page.