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Wellbeing Activites

During this challenging time, it is important to look after your wellbeing and the wellbeing of your friends and family. We have put together some resources and ideas to help and advise you. You can do the activities either on your own, with your family or with your school friends. We encourage you to join in and would love to hear how you are getting on. 

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Stay connected

Join our Chaplain for her Wednesday morning Chapel service via the link on the Pupil Hub.

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Keep moving

Join our very own Jack Phillips on Teams at 13.30 on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays for a live workout with guest appearances from Bryanston pupils.

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Acts of kindness

Last week in her Chapel service, the Chaplain spoke about the joy of receiving an unexpected gift. This week, leave a small treat for your dustman or postman, maybe a home-baked cookie, as a surprise and a thank you.

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Eat well

A homemade smoothie is a healthy and delicious way to start the day. Make yourself a smoothie for breakfast before you register with your Hsm or make one for an energy boosting mid-morning snack during break between p3 and p4 of your online learning one day this week.

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Sleep well

Try out some meditation before going to bed/no screen.

Headspace is a great app to have on your phone.

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Me time

Take some time out this week to read a book. If you haven’t got a book ‘on the go’ at the moment, start one that you have been meaning to read for a while. This week, Mrs Miller is reading ‘The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse’, as everybody seems to be raving about the book. Why not decide on a book to read with some friends and start a mini-book club.

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