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Mental Health & Wellbeing

We were very proud to receive our Wellbeing Award for Schools this year, which was awarded in partnership with the National Children's Bureau and earned with hard work from our staff and pupils. We will continue with  this hard word to ensure our school community always has the mental health and wellbeing of us all as one of our main focuses. 

We are pleased to share with you a video resource that has been created by the Lancashire Mind team as part of the Whole School Approach project. The subject is 'How to Cope with Change'.  The content has been developed from a Whole School Approach assembly, and has been adapted to offer some support and reassurance to pupils during these challenging times. 

Please find the video here 

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PDFs of our Whole School Approach Mental Health newsletters are below.

Please see newsletter for w/c 1st June, which focuses on ‘Coping with Loss and Grief’

Please see newsletter for w/c May 25th, which focuses on theme this week is ‘Coping with Worries’

Please see the newsletter for w/c May 18th - Mental Health Awareness Week which focuses on 'Kindness'

Please see the newsletter for w/c August, which focuses on 'Stigma and Discrimination'

Please see the newsletter for 5th October, which focuses on 'World Mental Health Day'

Please see the Whole School Approach newsletter for January 2021 which offers 'support and resources for lockdown'

Please see the Whole School Approach newsletter for February 2021 which focuses on 'Children's Mental Health Week and Sleep'

This is our parental booklet which we give out at parents' evenings.  This includes a mental health continuum which is also in all students' planners. We have designed this to help recognise early signs of a problem.  Links to useful websites are included.