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Mental Health

Our Senior Mental Health Leader is Mr D Wilson.

Our mental health lead is Mrs N Quadri.

Our link governor for Mental Health is Kamilya Suleymenova.

The school are working to raise the profile of mental health through assemblies; displays; specific curriculum time; parent workshops and signposting for families to relevant support agencies in the newsletter and on the website.

Each year group will undertake activities that enable school staff to gather data about their pupils’ mental health. As a result, class teachers will be able to adapt their curriculum to take into account the specific emotional needs of the children.

It is important that the pupils and staff feel that they have a voice in the strategic direction of the school and will put measures in place that encourage and support good mental health for all. All our families should feel that they are supported and the school will signpost to agencies offering additional help and support where necessary.

Class teachers are aware of the vulnerable children within their classes and actively seek to bolster their mental health. The pastoral team continues to work within the community. Where interventions are put in place these are short time, relevant to the child and the outcomes are measurable.


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