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Queen Eleanor's C of E Junior School

Queen Eleanor's C of E Junior School"A caring, supportive community, grounded in a Christian ethos, where children are inspired to explore their potential and develop skills for life."


The school appreciate how important children's and families well being is. 

Please see below resources for children and their families to support well being. 

What is mental health? A video for children

Family positivity and gratitude activity pack

My Mental Health Booklet - for children 

My positive affirmations journal


Meditation suitable for lower KS2

Meditation suitable for upper KS2


Mindfulness Doodling sheets

Mindfulness Doodling - Adult Guidance

Mindfulness challenge cards

Mindful minute brainbreak cards

Draw your feelings

Squiggle game

Make a Sensory bottle

Continuous line drawing

Positive doodling 

Learnful website - a website with lots of information for parents and children. Including mindfulness videos - 

Gonoodle website have a range of mindful and relaxation videos for children -


ELSA - Emotional Literacy Support Assistant 

An ELSA in a school is an Emotional Literacy Support Assistant. This is a recognised ELSA training course aimed specifically at Teaching Assistants in schools.

Queen Eleanor’s are very lucky to have an ELSA in school. Our school ELSA, Mrs Millner, can offer 1:1 or small group sessions with children. Examples of areas that could be covered in these sessions are social skills, emotions, bereavement, social stories and therapeutic stories, anger management, self-esteem and friendships.

The school will always seek permission from families before any pupil takes part in ELSA.


Our school ELSA - Mrs Milner



Read 2 Dogs - Pets as Therapy 

The Read2Dogs scheme is designed to help improve literacy skills and well-being in children by developing their confidence, interest and enjoyment in reading. Queen Eleanor’s are very lucky to have Ralph the Dog visit us every Friday to read with children across the school. The children who take part always love seeing and reading to Ralph and his owner Mrs Johnson.

To find out more about the Read 2 Dogs scheme please see Charity’s website –

The school will always seek permission from families before any pupil takes part in the Read2Dog Scheme.

                                                                Ralph the Dog


Surrey Young Carers

If you are a young person, and you help care for someone who has an illness, a disability, or is affected by mental ill-health or alcohol/substance misuse, Surrey Young Carers can help. They support children from Year 1 upwards and can work with Queen Eleanor's to help provide support. Any information shared is treated with confidence. 

More information can be found here: Surrey Young Carers

Queen Eleanor holds a regular 'Choc and Chat' Group for our young carers. This is a chance for them to meet together and have a chat with school staff and each other. The group is lead by our school's ELSA - Mrs Milner.