Wellbeing Support Information

For Parents and Carers

Dear Parents and Carers,

Welcome to your Wellbeing Support Guide!


Here you can find information and updates on support services, both local and national, updates to services offered by Camden and Camden Learning, as well as new resources and any upcoming events.


All the best,

Naila Hirani and Deborah Kaiser

Mental Health and Wellbeing Consultants

Camden Learning

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Wellbeing Tip of the Week! By a pupil from Fitzjohn’s Primary School

Helping Others


This is a great time of year to think about giving back and doing something kind for others. Helping someone else not only makes a difference in their lives but can give us a sense of purpose and fulfilment. Doing kind acts has proven to reduce stress and improve emotional wellbeing.


There are lots of ways to help others that don’t cost anything:

- Giving up your seat on the bus

- Opening the door for someone

- Volunteering at a homeless shelter

- Choosing a toy/gift to donate to someone in need

Finding a way to bring joy to someone else will bring us happiness in return.

Parent/Carer Online Workshops Primary Schools

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Camden Learning's Health and Wellbeing Team offer a variety of online workshops. If you would like to attend any of these workshops, please email wellbeingsupport@camden.gov.uk to book your place.


Thursday 23rd February 2023 - 9.15am-10.15am

Supporting your child's Mental Health & Wellbeing


Tuesday 7th March 2023- 1pm-2pm

Managing Social Media and Screen Time

Parent/Carer Online Workshops Secondary Schools

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Camden Learning's Health and Wellbeing Team offer a variety of online workshops. If you would like to attend any of these workshops, please email wellbeingsupport@camden.gov.uk to book your place.


Thursday 9th February 2023 - 9.15am-10.15am

The Adolescent Brain


Tuesday 28th February 2023 - 1pm-2pm

Promoting Positive Body Image & Self-Esteem

Mental Health Support Teams Online Webinars Primary & Secondary Schools

Please download the attached letter for more information on how to book your place.

Supporting your child to cope with stress/anxiety resource guide

Open Minded

Support for children and adolescents (up to 18 years old) experiencing emotional health and wellbeing problems. Self-referrals and referrals from GPs. Parents can call to discuss support options for their children, and adolescents.

‘CONNECTING PARENTS’ HUB For parents/carers

A friendly and supportive free drop-in group offering parents and carers the opportunity to connect and collaborate with each other and other organisations as well as providing activities for children. For more info, contact page@thewinch.org