News: Emotional, Health, Wellbeing and Resilience Survey

Dear Parent/Carer

Your child’s school has been selected to participate in a survey to support a regional project.

This survey is about your child’s well-being and will only take 3 minutes to complete.  Please submit as soon as possible, and no later than16 July.

We are surveying parents and carers of children who fall within the following age brackets 0 -3, 4 – 7, 12 – 15 and 16 – 18.  If you have more than one child that fall into one or more of the age brackets, please can you complete a survey per child.  To complete the survey more than once please click on submit on the final page of the survey and then return to this email and click on the link to start again.

Your response will help shape the project towards providing better support and help for you and your children in the future.

Please click here to fill in the survey

“Your childs well-being is of great importance to you and us.

Please help us by spending just a few minutes answering some relevant questions.”

The 5 Ways to Well-being (shown below) are a great way to promote good emotional health and well-being every day. You can find out more here:5 Ways to Wellbeing – Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (

Being active makes you feel good. Get moving - dance, sing; step outside - go for a walk, a run or cycle.Learning something new can be fun, make you feel good and build your confidence.
Take time for yourself, notice things around you and savour the moment.
Make time to connect with friends and family to help enrich your day.
Acts of kindness, helping others or even volunteering can make you feel happier.

The Betsi Cadwaldr University Health Board and the Local Authorities across North Wales are working together to ensure your children have the support and help that they need at hand. This programme of work includes developing a framework of information and support directly related to emotional health and well-being, we want you to be part of this. Emotional health and well-being describes how we think, feel and relate to ourselves and others and how we interpret the world around us. Having good emotional health helps to cope with change and major life events, it also contributes to good physical health.

When we have all your feedback we will have a better understanding of the best way to assist our community, and make a better support framework for you and your children.

Please click here to fill in the survey

Thank you for your time.