Wellbeing and additional support

Belleville Wellbeing Hub


As adults, we play an important role in teaching children and young people how to understand and manage their feelings when they grow up. At school, we use the Zones of Regulation programme. You can find out more here.


We also make sure that all children know who they can speak to, if they have a problem within or outside school. Posters are displayed around both sites, with the names and pictures of key staff they can approach. Children can drop a message in a 'bubble box' if they are worried about something. 


How can you support children at home?

Find time to talk, just the two of you – ‘Check in’ with them while you’re doing things together, so they get used to talking about their feelings.

Play together – Play helps them to be curious, learn new things, solve problems and express feelings without words.

Be a role-model – Show how you cope with difficult feelings and look after yourself.

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The following link provides practical tips to support children's wellbeing and behaviour on the Place2Be website. Here is also a link to their Top Tips for Families for Children's Mental Health Week.

Click on the further links below to find out more ways to support your Children with their emotional, mental and physical well-being.


Article ImageIf you have any worries at home, tell an adult that you trust, or you can contact ChildLine. Call ChildLine free on 0800 1111 or get in touch online

Some additional helpful resources:


Article ImageDownload: Child Anxiety - Information for Parents

Download:  Recognising and responding to Anxiety

Join: Battersea Education Wellbeing Service Parent Support Group on Anxiety

Download : Guidance for adults supporting children with grief and bereavement

Watch: Supporting your child with anxiety

Watch: Supporting your child with sleep - part 1, part 2, part 3

Watch: Creativity, Communication and Connection - Emotion Regulation

Watch: Feeding difficulties in children - the SOS approach

Watch: School-Based Anxiety 

Watch: Supporting your child with the transition to secondary school

Download: Summer 2024 Newsletter from Wandsworth Educatino Wellbeing Service