Working Together for Success

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Area of Support Resources Further Support

Child Bereavement U.K:

Interactive social story: When someone special dies. Coronavirus – Supporting people through difficult times.
Managing grief – emotions
Managing grief – behaviours
Managing bereavement: A guide for schools
Alliance for Learning – supporting those dealing with bereavement and grief during the coronavirus pandemic
Winston’s Wish – Supporting children through coronavirus
Oxford Health NHS – Coping with the coronavirus and bereavement

Greater Manchester Bereavement Service:

Remembering a loved one: Little box of big thoughts

Cruse: One of the largest bereavement charities in the UK.
They have a helpline 0808 808 1677. Opening hours are Monday-Friday 9.30-5pm with extended hours on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings open until 8pm.

Child Bereavement UK: National Helpline 0800 02 888 40 (Freephone. Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm)

Email for bereavement support:

42nd Street is a mental health charity exclusively for young people in Manchester, they offer free and confidential services to young people experiencing difficulties with their mental health and emotional wellbeing.

Families under Pressure – Top Tips

A series of short films for parents providing simple tips and tricks, developed by Kings College London, South London & Maudsley NHS and Maudsley Charity

The films provide tips on managing difficult behaviour and dealing with negative emotions

To view:

Childline: Calm Zone

The webpages have lots of ideas to young people chill out, de-stress and embrace the calm, including:

Activities & Tools
Breathing exercises
Expressing yourself
To access:

Files to Download

Peel Hall Primary School Ashurst Road, Wythenshawe, Manchester, M22 5AU
Finance Officer • Courtney Dodd
Headteacher • Mrs Amy Tatham
SENCO • Rebecca Squires
Family Support • Siobhan Burke
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