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A blog dedicated to the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children.

Here we will share news on current issues that are affecting children and young people, ideas for how we can respond and support them and news on new resources we are developing to support you in your precious work with children. Please make contact, follow us on social media and keep in touch as we will be delighted to hear from you too!

Helping children with change and transition

June 4th, 2022|Wellbeing Programme|

As the end of the summer term looms and the end of the academic year, there is a huge focus on transition and change within schools as children are changing teacher, changing class or even changing school. When things around us change, there is anticipation and uncertainty. Managing change can be worrying, exciting and sometimes painful.

Saltersgate Infant School, Doncaster

June 2nd, 2022|School story|

Saltersgate is an infant school in South Yorkshire that strives to place wellbeing at the centre for its 350 children. “We have never really found anything before Hamish & Milo that is bespoke enough and where we can see this level of impact. We now have developed the role of our support staff to be able to deliver this across the school and to do more of this work.”

New Sensation & Emotion Cards

May 16th, 2022|Resource|

We are so excited to announce the launch of our Sensation & Emotion Cards, a beautiful resource that children can relate to, connect with and begin to recognise and talk about their feelings and the experience and sensation of those feelings in their body.

Individual child profile record

March 30th, 2022|Resource|

We have created Individual Child Profile Records to support pastoral staff in collating information about each of the children in their intervention programme; record detailed information about each child; the context and background and space for ongoing observations for the duration of the intervention programme.

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