We are extremely lucky to have a team of highly qualified and experienced specialists
They are available to help if you feel you need it (whether parent or student)
|Ms Carol Coleman||Director of Student Support|
|Ms Jean O’Dwyer||Wellbeing Leader, BSB Castelldefels EY & Primary|
|Ms Laura Usher||Pastoral Leader, BSB Sitges|
|Mr Andy Burns||Secondary Wellbeing Mentor|
|Ms Vivian Eleftheriou||BSB Learning Assistant|
|Lucky||Our therapy dog|
Lucky, the Therapy Dog at BSB
Be Well Resources
Tips to Support your Child’s Return to School
Be Well Tips for Parents on the Return to School
This Is a Marathon, Not a Sprint
The Importance of Self-Kindness
Why is Sleep Important
From Comparative Suffering to Empathy
Be Well Resources
Be Well Tips
School Closure or Self-isolation: Advice for Teenage Students
The school closure might make you feel worried, uncertain, nervous – or you might be excited about the possibility of not being at school.
All these emotions are totally natural. We can use this situation to help us become more resilient: keep the following tips in mind to help you get the most out of a difficult experience.
Talking to your kid about Coronavirus
The fast-moving developments and intensive news coverage in relation to coronavirus can be challenging for parents.
The following tips for parents compiled by our Cognita Education and Wellbeing Team are designed to help when discussing the issue with your child.
Maintaining Wellbeing During School Closures
These are uncertain times as a parent. As well as not being able to tell your child what is or isn’t going to happen in the coming weeks, you will also need to oversee their learning at home.
It is natural that you may feel anxious about this, but some of these tips may be helpful.
Sleep during Covid-19
The Covid-19 Pandemic is an extreme and global crisis,
which is hugely demanding on our physical and mental
health. Now, more than ever, we should think about why
and how sleep plays such a critical part in improving our
Entertainment & Culture
Be Well from our Cognita family
We know how important it is to keep a balance between online learning and screen time.
Our Secondary departments have launched creative competitions for students to stay away from the screen, and let their imagination run wild!
Box Art Competition
A youth theatre project where a group of BSB Drama students will record their teenage experience during the coronavirus pandemic weekly.
An initiative of Company Three
Week 1: The Beginning…
Week 3: Year 11 – About Us
Week 3: Year 12 – About Us
Week 4: Year 11-13 – School
Our PE & Sports team wants our community to keep fit and healthy during this long period of confinement.
They are constantly challenging us to exercise and keep active.
If you are struggling for ideas, pick a workout from our PE forum Padlet or take one of the daily challenges.
They are great fun and will help release the pressure of these days!
Need some advice to make life a little more bearable whilst we are all stuck at home?
Our Wellbeing Mentor, Andy Burns, is recording a series of short videos aimed at supporting students and the wider community to cope with the emotionally challenging situation of self-isolation or quarantine over a prolongued period of time.
Subscribe to our Youtube channel and follow our Wellbeing Playlists for further updates
10 Top Tips to bear home confinement
What you have to be grateful for
Let’s not forget how important exercising is!
Take some time away from screens
Meet our therapy dog
Just for Fun – Every Weekend – Why don’t try one of our suggestions?