Expanding on last week’s post, we’re continuing to discuss mental health at Inkpots, and this week we’re focusing on body image. It’s an ever-present topic in the news and social media, and if your child is transitioning to high school, the new environment can make them more aware of their bodies. We’ve put together some […]
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The start of a new school year can be extremely exciting – it’s a chance to start a fresh and fulfil potential. Unfortunately, pressures at school can be the catalyst for a number of mental health problems. It’s important that children and young people get the support they deserve, so if you’re worried about someone […]
At Inkpots, we’re proud to create an environment full of kindness and respect, but when school friendships go wrong, they can have a seemingly devastating impact on your child. Perhaps the person they stuck close to has betrayed them, or they find themselves isolated within a group. What can you do to help and advise […]
During this half term week, I have had the privilege of being involved in two very different days when I was completely won over by the great young people I met. The first occasion was a Fun Day for Young Carers organised by Burgess Hill Youth and Burgess Hill Town Council. Steve Willis, a Patron […]
Sophie from Southway Primary School Inkpots has been looking after a relative’s dog, called Roxsie. Roxsie is a lovely black labrador and Sophie has done a drawing too.
At our Southway Inkpots group on Thursdays, Rebecca is always on hand to help tidy everything up at the end of the session. This is always a really big help, as we have to move some furniture before we leave for the next group using the room. So, it was lovely to hear that Rebecca […]