“Y cyflwr o fod yn gyfforddus neun hapus” 







Cyflwyno ein hardal Llesiant newydd sydd wedi’i dylunio a’i chreu gan ein Tîm Llesiant i’n holl ddisgyblion ei defnyddio.

Calendr y mis hwn o weithgareddau y gallwch eu gwneud gyda'ch plant.

Please note: The following Wellbeing resources are from Thrive and currently only available in English.

Sylwch: Mae’r adnoddau Llesiant canlynol gan Thrive ac ar hyn o bryd dim ond yn Saesneg sydd ar gael.

A key part of the Thrive Approach is encouraging children and young people to be able to recognise, identify, understand and talk about their emotions. This RAIN technique shows a way of looking into your emotions whilst also being kind to yourself.

Breathing can be a really good way to help children get through big emotions and help them feel calmer, as they signal to their body that they are safe and they can relax. Try out some of these techniques that Thrive suggests with the children you support.

A lovely visual reminder of the 7 essential activities for all ages to optimize brain matter and create a sense of wellbeing. Balancing these activities each day strengthens the brain's internal connections and connections with those around us. Credit: https://mythrive.uk/3nLibuY

Help the children and young people you work with to feel calmer with these relaxing activities recommended in Thrive practice.

There are resources for those working with babies and toddlers, primary-aged children, and adolescents - get your copies here: https://mythrive.uk/2Mc6Jcd



It is important for children and young people to know how to take some time for themselves and look after their wellbeing. Take a look at these activities, designed to help young people feel good!

Download your copy of the wellbeing kit here: https://mythrive.uk/2Mc6Jcd


Part of emotional development is building emotional awareness, which is being able to spot what you or others are feeling and being able to label it. This 'feelings and emotions' song is a great way to help describe basic feelings to children.


Children's Mental Health Week

Mental health can be difficult for children to understand or talk about. The pandemic has had a big effect on children and young people's mental health so it is important we support them in trying to understand express their emotions. Thrive helps adults build positive relationships with the young people they are working with so they feel safe, supported, and ready to learn.

This list provides 10 useful apps for children to explore mental health in an easy and accessible way: mythrive.uk/3upMFah

In need of some activity inspiration?

Messy little monster have a huge range of great indoor activity suggestions for children!

Check out their website for instructions for some of the craftier activities:

A natural reaction to some experiences can be worry, perhaps there is a fear of the unknown or a lack of confidence. Worry is a caution signal and is a way of thinking ahead. These tips from CAMHS Professionals are great for helping you support a worried child.

With daily mentions of war/invasions, both in the news and in conversation, children and young people will inevitably have questions. Save the Children UK have put together 5 handy tips on how to talk to children about war. We hope you find these useful.

Rhondda Cynon Taff Wellbeing Packs



Pecyn Lles 1 RhCT Gwybodaeth am y coronafirws i blant



Pecyn Lles 2 RhCT Gwybodaeth am y coronafirws i riene cynhalwyr gofalwyr a gweithwyr profesiynol



Pecyn Lles 3 Ymwybyddiaeth Ofalgar ac Ymlacio



Pecyn Lles 4 RhCT Ymarfer Corff a Maeth



Pecyn Lles 5 RhCT Chwarae yn seiliedig ar Berthynas



Pecyn Lles 6 RhCT Blynyddoedd Cynnar



Pecyn Lles 7 RhCT Diogelwch Ar Y Rhyngrwyd