We feel that nurturing the emotional, social and mental wellbeing of our school community is vital for helping each other flourish.
Please visit the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) for more information.
If you have any concerns about your child’s mental health or well-being, please contact our Pupil Well-being Leader Simone Kerwick. She can be contacted through the school office or by emailing email@example.com
To help promote mindfulness and wellbeing, there are lots of activities to do beyond colouring books!
The Positive Psychology Program website has a range of suggestions.
For younger children, Your Therapy Source has some good ideas.
Headspace is an app that comes with 10 days free and is recommended by NHS England.
Here are a number of websites and resources (for both adults and children) which look to promote emotional, social and mental wellbeing.