The Sele School

Well-being Resources 

As a school we have been aware of the difficulties that restrictions introduced due to the CV-19 emergency have caused for parents, carers, students and other members of the school community. As a result we created this page to post articles, information and advice that might help to give people a boost during the pandemic.

Although this page was created as a response to the pandemic, well-being remains an important concern so we intend to retain this information and hope that you will find it helpful.   


Just Talk 



Just Talk 

Why not take a look at the Just Talk website - Hertfordshire's place to find information about mental health and wellbeing. 

You may like to follow Just Talk on social media, where they regularly provide updates on useful local information: @justtalkherts 

To go to Just Talk's NEW mental health and wellbeing information leaflet for all parents and carers in Hertfordshire click on the link.  

Wellbeing News

Produced by our School Counsellor, Jo Axton, we hope that Wellbeing News will help to carry you through a happy and healthy Summer Holiday.

Please click on the image of Wellbeing News to go to the Newsletter.

Suggestions from our Pastoral Team

Family Lives

Families First Portal 

Hertfordshire NHS Information for Children and Young People 

Go Wild at Hudnall

30-Day Well-being Challenge

Please follow the link to the 30-Day Well-being Challenge. This consists of 30 days worth of suggestions for enjoyable activities but please note that it was written before the CV-19 Emergency and some of the ideas will need to be adapted to take into account the current rules, so that they can be carried out while safely observing social distancing and other CV-19 related rules.    

Mind - specific support for young people

Mental Health and Wellbeing Support from Mind

Childline Calm Zone

  • Calming activities and tools
  • Breathing exercises
  • Yoga Videos
  • Online games for calming 
  • Videos about 'Ways to Cope'

Resources for Autism

  • Daily timetable examples and templates
  • Activity suggestions
  • Home learning advice
  • Anxiety management support
  • Mental health and well-being resources
  • Autism friendly Covid-19 information, including social stories and makaton 

Citizen's Advice Bureau

For help and advice on a wide range of issues residents of East Herts can contact the Citizen's Advice Bureau which is still operating by phone and email during the CV-19 emergency. Please click on the link for contact details.

Citizen's Advice Bureau - We're still here to help!   

Citizens Advice Bureau have just launched a short online survey, designed to find out whether people's access needs have changed in the light of Covid. The service has helped over 1,200 people by phone, email and webchat since lockdown and wants to be sure they are delivering their service in a flexible, efficient and user-friendly way; you can help by completing the Citizens Advice East Herts Access Survey online. 

Face Covid ebook by Russ Harris

Please click on the link to access the Face Covid ebook by Russ Harris 

Herts County Council Safe Space Information

Please click on the link below to a letter from Herts County Council Safe Space with links to information and resources you may find helpful.

Herts County Council Safe Space

NHS - Talking to your teenager

Getting teenagers to talk openly about what's bothering them can be hard. Follow these tips to help get them talking to you about their worries.

Young Mindsî?€
If the current news on coronavirus (COVID-19) is making you feel anxious, concerned or stressed, here are some things you can do.