Wellbeing resources from S2R

S2R are creating lots of helpful online resources to help our wellbeing, creativity and connection with the outdoors. We encourage you have a look at what’s on offer and share this with anyone who might find it helpful.


‘How to’ videos & workshops

Video guides to making things at home, including bird feeders, handmade paper and wild garlic pesto, and looking after your wellbeing. From 18th May 2020 there’s also be a series of free online ‘How to’ workshops, starting with:

  • Eat Well & Save Pounds
  • Sew Simple
  • Nature Drawing
  • Song Writing

How to


50 Days Nature Challenge

Nature is good for our mental health and wellbeing. Each day s2R are sharing easy and simple activities or tasks for you to try at home, in the garden or out and about where possible.

50 Days Nature Challenge


Wellbeing Packs

It can be difficult to connect with others, remain engaged and stay motivated during this challenging time. These Wellbeing Packs are designed around the 5 Ways to Wellbeing, which is a nationally recognised initiative that aims to keep you fit and healthy by concentrating on 5 key elements.

Wellbeing Packs


Connect with S2R

S2R website

S2R Facebook

Email: Contact@s2r.org.uk

Helping in Schools course

Would you like to gain a level 2 qualification in Support Work in Schools and Colleges and gain experience of volunteering is a local school? This course seeks to develop the knowledge and understanding the those working in schools or colleges will need. It covers: Child and young people development, equality and inclusion, safeguarding, professional communication, how do schools and colleges work

Starting Monday 2nd March 2020 and running for 14 weeks, from 9.30am to 2.45pm at Castle Community Hub, Headfield Road, Newsome HD4 6LU.

Contact Rose to find out more. Email: rfarrar@qea.org.uk or tel. 07880 565459.

 

First Aid training, October 2018

There’s a free first aid awareness training session for adult volunteers, run by the Yorkshire Ambulance Service, on Saturday 27th October 2018 from 9am to 11.30am at The Old Bakery, 1c Ruth Street, Newsome.

The session covers:

  • How to recognise a suspected heart attack.
  • How, when and why to perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
  • How, when and why to place an unconscious breathing person into the recovery position.
  • How to recognise and deal with a choking situation.
  • How to deal with a suspected stroke (FAST).
  • How to deal with life-threatening or serious bleeding.

Place are limited and must be booked in advance. If you’d like to take part, please email Julie: julie.stewart-turner@kirklees.gov.uk

Organised by Newsome Ward Community Forum.

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