Being at home for a prelonged period can be difficult, frustrating and lonely for some people and we know that pupils or other family members may feel low. It can be particularly challenging if you do not have much space or access to a garden.

It is important to remember to take care of your mind as well as your body and to get support if you need it. Stay in touch with family and friends over the phone or on social media.  As well as keeping in contact with family, friends and school, there are sources of support and information listed below that we hope you will find helpful. 


Every Mind Matters website

jpegMental Health and coping during the Coronavirus

pdfCompass Buzz worksheets

pdfPrimary apps and services

pdfSupporting children and staff well being for families

pdfCoronavirus workbook

 pdfLooking after your feelings and body

pdf5 ways to wellbeing Compass Buzz worksheet

pdfKooth poster

pdfMindfulness exercises

jpgSocial Story cards

pdfStaying at home

pdfSupport for pupils and parents in primary schools in relation to mental and emotional wellbeing

pdfSupport for staff in schools in relation to mental and physical wellbeing

pdfSupport for young people and parents in secondary schools in relation to mental and emotional wellbeing

pdfSupporting children & famlies through unexpected times

pdfSupporting children & young people with anxiety

pdfWellbeing toolkit Compass Buzz

pdfList of links to wellbeing websites


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Springwater School
High Street

About Us

Springwater is a vibrant and progressive day school catering for students ranging from two to nineteen years. Offering places to students who may have profound and multiple, severe or physical difficulties, the majority of our current students have co-existing or multiple needs. We also cater for students with autistic spectrum condition and elements of challenging behaviour.