Personal and Social Education

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Our Google Classroom codes are:

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10/6/20

We are flagging up some useful resources and opportunities from Skills Development Scotland

School leaver webinar

A fun and informative series of short, 30 minute webinars to support you with the next steps of your career journey!

We understand everyone is facing challenges just now and your plans may have changed or seem unclear due to the current situation.  We want to let you know that our careers advisers are still here to help and provide you with the career information and guidance you need for your future.

Join our advisers, Hilary and Erin for our second session Thursday 11th June at 3pm on:

Preparing for interviews-

  • General hints & tips (phone & video)
  • Understand how Skills Development Scotland can help you
  • Get actions and links to resources that you can do yourself
  • Get involved with questions and comments
  • Find out what future webinars to look out for

Click the link to join –

CareerJam 2 – Interviews

We hope you can join us!

Missed the first session? Don’t worry, a recording of ‘Acknowledging the situation and how your careers adviser can help you’ will be available soon on

www.myworldofwork.co.uk/pupils

Future webinars to look out for are –

Thu 18th June at 3pm Webinar 3 – College – FE applications, interview process, funding.

Thu 25th June at 3pm Webinar 4 – University – HE applications, interview process, funding.

Thu 2nd July at 3pm Webinar 5 – Employment – Labour market, jobs & sector info.

1/6/20
Thank you to everyone who has already responded to the Wellbeing Feedback form with excellent observations and comments. We urge others to respond by Friday so we can have as much information as possible to help plan the next steps in our return to school.  This coincides perfectly with the launch of the Joyful June calendar which has been sent to all pupils today. We love the sentiment of “Everyday may not be good, but there is something good in every day!”

 

Sleep patterns are vital to health and well-being so here are some resources to consider and some good advice around any such issues.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_9_fCgl7yY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taRxhkswnWA&list=RDCMUCBXGPBInHv67-vpuS_BYZXg&index=2

https://young.scot/search-results?q=sleep

Things getting too much sometimes?

Right now you need to look after yourself and get through these uncertain times. This site has ideas about how you can keep moving, create a routine, find things you enjoy and keep connected with friends and family – finding time for any of these will help to clear your head.

During these difficult times it’s important to stick to the advice about staying at home and reducing social contact. But that doesn’t mean you have to get through things all on your own.

There are ideas, tips and links to organisations on this website to help you and your family – https://clearyourhead.scot/

 

Some useful links:

CAMHS Resources

Argyll and Bute – Our Children their mental health. 

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