Student Well-Being Vision Statement
We have a wealth of initiatives and experiences to make sure our pupils feel happy and supported at school. This ranges from tailored pastoral interventions, having mental first aiders to talk to, clubs, trips, celebrations and even a weekly session on mindfulness. We pride ourselves on ensuring our pupils are nurtured, supported and guided in whatever way necessary to unlock their potential and feel confident in their learning.
You can read about several of our pupil well-being approaches below.
Click the following link to see guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic:
Children's Mental Health Week 2021
Family Screen Time Information
To promote a better relationship with our screens and devices, the Safeguarding Hub has released a Family Activity Pack. This is based on the very latest research and is full of fun and exciting ways to promote healthy screen time habits - for the whole family!
It encourages a healthy balance between online and the real world. Please click below to view the pack.
Here are two short videos too: