Community

a platform for shared learning.

This community space is the place for all DSLMH's and other registered users to share good practice and keep up-to-date with the project.


Please Note: The forums are moderated by the Emotionally Healthy Schools Project and membership is limited to Derby City schools.


Check in here for up-to-date training opportunities for you and your staff

If you need some guidance or examples of how to make a great mental and emotional health action plan, check here!

This space is a repository of the papers and presentations from the DSLMH network events

Check here for information relating to the Schools Award from the Carnegie Centre for excellence in Mental Health

This space is a repository of the papers and minutes for the Opportunity Area's Mental Health Working Group

Check here for all of the Derby City Surveys linked to the Emotionally Healthy Schools Project

This page contains the information relating to the University of Derby's Student Placement Scheme for Derby Schools

Check here for information relating to the SEN Healthy Minds Network


Twitter

'A Volcano in my Tummy' presents a clear and effective approach to helping children and adults alike understand and deal constructively with children's anger.

Check out more here:

http://bit.ly/386iUw8

#emotionallyhealthyschools #derbyschools #mentalhealth

Every Mind Matters – Are you a teacher, parent, carer, or anyone in the community who feels like you might need a bit of a helping hand with maintaining or improving your #mentalhealth and #wellbeing? Why not try the "Your Mind Plan" tool? @DerbyEHS
https://crowd.in/xiKomw

Checking in on how you feel throughout the day is a good way to ‘unbox’ and prevent primary emotions going unnoticed until they escalate #emotionalliteracy #childmentalhealth P.S. We ALL need co-regulation, seek someone you trust when needed or be that person for your child 🌈

This #SaferInternetDay we're reminded of the link between being safe online and emotional and mental health, especially for Children and Young People.

Here are some organisations that can support:

https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/
https://www.internetmatters.org/
https://www.mind.org.uk/

We are proud to support #SaferInternetDay! This year we are helping parents support their children to be #FreeToBe with range of resources and guides, visit our site to take a look. https://www.internetmatters.org/safer-internet-day/

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