Mailbag 31 March 2020
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We do hope everyone is doing OK and keeping well.
Thank you to all the people who have sent in things for the Hillcrest Social page and kept us in touch with what you’re all doing. Keep them coming! We’ll be keeping the page going through the Easter holidays too. Check here daily for photos, videos, useful links, fun ideas, messages and suggestions. We’ll be keeping it going through the Easter holidays too. There’s a new Wilma caption competition today and you really should see who’s been sunbathing on the school roof!
Hillcrest’s Got Talent - Are you honing your performance? Check out the competition here!
Wellbeing - This is a very anxious time for everyone. You may have concerns about how and where to access support for children’s (and adults’) mental health and wellbeing in the coming weeks, with school closed and families needing to self-isolate. We’ve put together a list of contacts and resources you may find helpful here.
Mrs Sewell has also flagged up this free webinar, tomorrow, from the British Dyslexia Association:
How to manage you and your child’s anxiety during school closures with Professor Amanda Kirby - Wednesday 1st April, 7.30 – 8.30 pm
“In these times, many parents and children are not surprisingly feeling anxious. Fortunately, there are many things we can do to help. Following from hugely popular session with Karen Mace, join our live FREE webinar for parents hosted by Professor Amanda Kirby
This session will:
- Help you better understand what anxiety is
- Provide practical tools to help you and your children manage and minimise anxiety in these uncertain times
- Improve happiness and wellbeing
Amanda will focus on remembering to be realistic, not superhuman!” Register for free here
Safe Easter Egg Hunt – Details in Friday’s Mailbag!
Look out for your next Mailbag on Friday.