Sunday Evening / Monday Morning plans – helping children back to school 

Dr Tina Rae is a Child Psychologist and award winning author specialising in the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people. Here are some resources she has developed aimed at parents of children who struggle with the transition from home to school, an area only made work as children return to school following lockdowns.  Here are the Sunday evening and Monday morning plans, with ideas to ease the transition.  

5 Ways to Well-being

What are the Five Ways to Wellbeing?

  • Five simple things we can all do to give our wellbeing a boost.
  • The Five ways to wellbeing are a set of evidence-based messages aimed at improving the mental health and wellbeing of the whole population.

Who can follow the Five Ways to Wellbeing?

  • Pupils of Golftyn
  • Parents of Golftyn
  • Staff of Golftyn
  • The Community
Take Notice Take time for yourself, notice things around you and savour the moment.
Be Active Being active makes you feel good. Get moving – dance, sing; step outside – go for a walk, a run or cycle.
Give Acts of kindness, helping others or even volunteering can make you feel happier.
Learn Learning something new can be fun, make you feel good and build your confidence.
Connect Make time to connect with friends and family to help enrich your day.

To find out more about the 5 Ways to Wellbeing please visit:

Exciting news……..We have just received this message……… We are WINNERS

‘I received the final confirmation from Welsh Athletics yesterday…and it is great news!!!  Golftyn have finished 1st in Wales!!!


It is a fantastic achievement and you should all be very proud of yourselves. 


If you would like to take a look at the table the link is:


Once again huge congratulations and well done to you and everyone at the school who took part and helped the children.


Many Thanks,

Chris Moss

Swyddog Campau’r Ddraig – Dragon Sport Officer

Datblygu Chwaraeon | Sports Development

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