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Wellbeing and mental health

The wellbeing of our pupils is very important to us. We encourage openness about feelings and staff are always willing to listen.

Worries at home or at school can affect children’s learning and self-esteem. There are times when children and adults may need extra support.

When a child is struggling, our Inclusion Manager can provide them with additional support. This might be:

  • giving some much-needed comfort and reassurance
  • some small group work for a while,
  • a longer-term process, where the school works with parents to seek help from outside agencies.

We have strong safeguarding policies and practices in place to ensure that all of our children are safe and happy.

We actively watch for any forms of bullying to prevent it occurring.
Please see our policy page to read more about our anti-bullying policy.

Special Educational Needs (SEN)
A child with SEN may be more may be more vulnerable to wellbeing issues.

If you have any concerns, please contact our Inclusion Manager (Special Needs Co-ordinator). You can find their contact details on our SEN page