Get in touch

Contact Details

Social Media

  • Charles Kingsley's Church of England
  • (Aided)
  • Primary School, Glaston Hill Road,
  • Eversley, Hook, Hampshire,
  • RG27 0LX
Find Us

School Updates

Keep up-to-date with what’s happening.

Swipe content

Calendar Dates

Read More

Quick Links

A collection of useful links.

  • "Serve one another humbly in love" Galatians 5:13b

Mental Health Awareness Week

Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation,

Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 18-24 May 2020.

The theme is kindness.

This is a link to a video on their website 

What are the health benefits  of kindness?  

Helping others feels  good  

Studies have found that acts of kindness are linked to increased feelings of wellbeing. 

It creates a sense of belonging and reduces isolation 

Helping others is thought to be one of the ways that people create, maintain, and strengthen their social connections. 

It helps keep things in perspective  

Many people don’t realise the impact  a different perspective can have on their outlook  on  life.  

There is some evidence that being aware of our own acts of kindness, as well as the things we are grateful for, can increase feelings of happiness, optimism and satisfaction.    

Doing good may help you to have a more positive outlook about your own circumstances.  

 It helps  to  make the world a happier place –  one act of kindness  can  often  lead  to more!  

Acts of kindness have the potential to make the world a happier place. An act of kindness can  boost  feelings  of confidence, being in control, happiness and optimism.

They  may also encourage others to repeat the good  deeds  they’ve  experienced themselves – contributing to a more positive community.

The more you do for others, the more you do for yourself  

The benefits of helping others can last long after the act itself, for those offering kindness, and those who benefit. This, in turn, can improve our self-esteem.