Wellbeing activities and ideas

My Journey resources for getting active and improving your wellbeing

 

 

This Mental Health Awareness Week, 10-16 May 2021, the theme is nature. Please see Hampshire County Council's mental wellbeing page for lots of advice and tips.

Did you know?

  • Connecting with nature can reduce stress and improve your mood. Taking time to notice the small things, like listening to the birds, can help you feel more positive #mentalhealthawarenessweek
  • Connecting to nature everyday can have a positive impact on mental wellbeing and reduce stress. Find your way to #ConnectWithNature around you in #mentalhealthawarenessweek

Select the relevant tile below for lots of ideas on how to connect with nature everyday for EYFS, Primary and Secondary pupils.

Please follow the up-to-date Government advice on social distancing when exercising outside or doing any of the following activities with your household. Remember to wash your hands before and after going outside.

 

 

Why getting active and outside is good for you

Hampshire County Council

Hampshire Police Education Partnership Team

  • Safe4me Covid-19: Supporting Education and Safeguarding Children

NHS and Public Health England

Government Coronavirus advice

  1. Mental Health and Wellbeing
  2. Following the Countryside Code
  3. Staying Alert Outdoors with Megan Hine