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How Do You Feel Today?

Overview

Discussion about how to spot the signs that someone is physically unwell, and who to tell, and how to spot the signs that someone is emotionally unwell. Can the same people help? Children are encouraged to look after each other’s emotional health as well as each other’s physical health.

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