Well-Being Virtual Resources

COVID-19 has altered many facets of life for members of the St. Francis Community in recent weeks. These changes can result in stress, nervousness, fear or anxiety. To support community members during this time we have compiled on this page tips on ways individuals can take care of their mental health and well-being throughout this challenging phase. Developing a daily routine with a balance between screen and non-screen activities is vital to keep your and your family's mental and physical health. We hope the array of suggestions below help you and yours to keep well.

Last updated: 8th June 2020

Table Group
CONASS
Notícias Oficiais do CONASS
Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet is sharing free content for a limited amount of time. Enjoy it with your family!
Meditation for all the family
Estúdio Contemplo offers a 25% discount for St Francis Community
Football from around the world
UEFA.TV
Minecraft
Education Edition
​World Museums
Take a virtual tour of many world-wide known museums
Non screen activities
Children and parents can enjoy some time away from the screen!
Library
Resources from our very own

St. Francis Library

Coloring book
EYs and primary colour these lovely drawings of this underwater adventure
Self-care Bingo
Make sure to take good

care of yourself - check out some tips
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Sources of entertainment for you and your family

How about watching fantastic musical performances, shows, concerts and more?  See a few suggestions we found for you here below. Please remember that some of these links are only made available for a few days, then they may expire. We do update this site on a weekly basis and more entertainment suggestions will be on its way!

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