Your wellbeing is important to us.
Lots of people feel worried and anxious at the moment due to the current situation. You might be concerned about the spread of coronavirus and its impact on your friends and family. As with every big event like this, people react different and it’s OK for this to happen.
While it's good to stay informed, there are also many things we can do to support and manage our wellbeing during such times.
If you are feeling anxious or worried please make sure you talk to someone - a family member, friend or your tutor. Alternatively if you’d like to chat with anyone, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and our Digital team will forward your request to the correct person.
Visit our Mental Health Help & Support page to learn more.
The Body Coach Joe Wicks started his channel to offer free home workouts to everyone, no matter what their fitness level. There’s lots of workouts to help you keep active in your home or garden and you don’t need special equipment. He has workouts for the over 70s so tell your parents and grandparents to take a look and, since schools closed, he has also started a live stream every morning at 9am ‘PE with Joe’.
Blogilates A mix of pilates and hiit, short, low impact workouts.
REFITREV Dance workouts with something for everyone.
BBC Radio 1's My Mind & Me page has podcasts and videos that help you to get you talking about what’s going on inside your head.
The Self-Isolation Podcast is a twice weekly podcast which has life hacks, professional advice and light relief to get you through the coronavirus pandemic.