Wellbeing

The well-being of our pupils, parents/carers and staff is something we take extremely seriously, and we strive to ensure we provide the best possible support, care and advice. We work hard to ensure we provide ways for parents/carers, pupils and staff to tell us about any problems, stresses or worries so that we can work to help and support you.

As a school, we are continuingly looking for new ways to support our children, families and staff so that they can lead positive and healthy lives. One of our main priorities is to continue to improve our Wellbeing and Mental Health provision. We pride ourselves in being at the forefront of government agendas and believe that we are able to offer support to both children and their families around Mental Health and Wellbeing.

To further enhance the support we currently offer every pupil in school, Mrs Smith (Inclusion leader) is leading the way in developing and supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing, as well as leading a team of staff to provide social and/or emotional support for any pupils and/or families who feel they need it. The support provided is flexible and always tailored to meet the needs of those who need the support. We also seek external support and advice to support our Mental Health and Wellbeing work within school, seeking the support of specialists in this field.

Mental Health and Wellbeing is of paramount importance to us, and we offer an open-door policy to provide the appropriate support and advice for those who require it.

Wellbeing Overview

Wellbeing team: Mrs Smith, Mrs Maskery, Mrs Oakes and Mrs Sherwin.