St. Paul's Convent School, Primary Section

Healthy Living Guide

This guide provides primary students with information about physical,mental and environmental health.
It contains books, videos, activities and useful websites.




Useful links

Click to find books about sports,mental and environmental health that can be found in our library.

Clink to watch vidoes about personal hygiene, mental and environmental health.

Click to find out about activities related to health.

This will lead you to useful links to learn more about healthy living.

Mental Health Tips
Simple Anxiety Self Rating Scale
If you experience the following features nearly every day in the past 2 weeks, please check.
  1. Negative feeling kept coming into my mind made me feel panic.
  2. I feel annoyed and worried on daily activities.
  3. I was unable to sit still.
  4. I was forgetful and not able to concentrate.
  5. I feel my heart pounding.
  6. I feel breathless and suffocating.
  7. I feel nausea as if a butterfly in stomach.
  8. I feel my throat blocked and not able to swallow.
  9. I feel muscle tension and not able to relax.
  10. I worried I might lose control, get insane or faint.
  11. Calculate your point.
Simple Anxiety Self Rating Scale
  • 0 point: Denial or no feeling at all.
  • 1-2 points: Visitors.
  • 3-4 points: Ordinary Hong Kong Citizens; might have some anxiety features yet still function normally.
  • 5-7 points: Anxiety already affects one’s daily living. Must learn stress management skills.
  • 8 points: Anxiety already severely affecting you; what you need is prompt treatment.
18 Tips to be resilient
  1. To accept
  2. Back to normal track
  3. Don't withdrawn yourself
  4. Be connected
  5. Manage your emotion
  6. Avoid seeing crisis as insurmountable problems
  7. Keep things in perspective
  8. Accept change is part of living
  9. Move toward our goals
  10. Take decisive actions and do not expect the prolem would go away by itself
  11. Look for opportunities for self discovery
  12. Be optimistic
  13. Trust yourself and others
  14. Be optimistic and maintain hope
  15. Take good care of yourself
  16. Learning from past experences
  17. Be flexible
  18. Be humble and seek help
Reference:Tsang Fan Kwong (2019). How to stay psychologically helthy? The Education University of Hong Kong.
Last updated: 17 March 2020