This month’s Family Support Blog is all about helping your child to deal with their emotions. Click to read more…
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Entries by Simone Kelsey Clark
We are looking for a Family Support Worker to support and work closely specifically with children and young people on various projects.
Exam stresses and how to help your child.
LOVELY is our CHEXS word of the day from yesterday We were blown away by just how amazing young people can be. So kind, caring and compassionate in the last CHEXS Creative and Role Model project of this academic year. There were so many lovely moments watching the Secondary and Primary School pupils interacting with […]
CHEXS have been shortlisted as a finalist in the Biz4Biz awards.
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CHEXS Parent Network Forum sessions run every 2 weeks, come along and help steer the charity’s support.
The sun is starting to shine down on us out on our GROWTH projects. The Growth programme has now started to take the Seondary aged students into the primary schools again following the pandemic. The CHEXS team, volunteers and students have been working hard to create sensory gardens. The children have been painting garden structures […]
Thank you for helping us raise these fantastic funds. They go straight back into CHEXS to support even more families with workshops, projects, coaching and so much more.
The CHEXS coffee sessions at Beaumont Centre in Cheshunt today found us playing a new game (well new to us!) called 5 Second Rule. Wow we had to be quick thinking but found it harder than we expected We then had a go at Origami which was loads of fun. Stan showed us how to […]
Feeling happier in one’s self This month our family Support blog focuses on happiness. We all have factors in our life that affect our happiness, and may make us feel out of control. Genetics do play a role in how we feel as do current life circumstances. Although we may feel down in the […]
Bullying No parent likes to think about their child being bullied or, even worse, being a bully, but more than half of all children are involved either as bully, victim, or witness. So, there is a high probability you’ll have to deal with it at some point. If your child is being bullied there are […]