Remote Pastoral Care, Health & Wellbeing Support
Pastoral Care Teachers & Coordinators provide daily support for our students through the online platform St Luke’s StudentTeam 2020. Students are given the opportunity to stay in touch with their Pastoral Care Team and utilise the pastoral care support provided.
Try this gratitude meditation this week to release stress and help with sleep.
Did you know that the good old apple can actually keep the doctor away.
Apples are rich in fibre, vitamins and minerals all of which benefit health and wellbeing. Apples enhance good gut health and strengthen the immune system. The best way to eat your apples is stewed, this way your gut absorbs all the nutrients with ease.
“Are you feeling anxious now that learning has begun? Here are few tips to help you cope with it.”
10 things children can do at home to help them cope with anxiety.
Beyond Blue has set up a website with information in response to Covid: Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service
Daylio enables you to keep a private journal without having to type a single line. Daylio is a very versatile app, and you can turn it in whatever you need to track. Your fitness goal pal. Your mental health coach. Your food log. Your gratitude diary. Mood tracker. Exercise, meditate, eat, and be grateful. Take care of your mental, emotional, and physical health. Good self-care is a key to improved mood and reduced anxiety.
Get Active Challenge
Our Be Active Challenge for today is to complete 10 sit ups or 10 push ups and 10 star jumps after every lesson you finish! Lets get at least 60 sit ups/push ups and star jumps in today. I know we all can't do it as well as the person on the left but we will try our best! For all those rolling your eyes at 10 you can do 30 each time. We got this!
Let’s try a breathing exercise today! It is important to pay attention to our breathing to reduce anxiety and stress. Try this one minute exercise to enhance your positive mind.
Mental Health: It is okay to be not okay!
Headspace is offering free support for teenagers. Visit www.headspace.org.au for more information. Lifeline and Kid’s helpline services are there as well.