Mental Health & Wellbeing Vision
As a whole school, we strongly believe that our mental health and wellbeing is of central importance and intrinsic to our lives.
We believe having a mentally healthy community is not about being happy all the time, but about working together through the challenges and sharing the celebrations; feeling supported, heard, accepted, valued and empowered.
We acknowledge that external challenges and factors can sometimes be a barrier to our capacity to learn. Community is incredibly important to us – everyone of us has a part to play whether a parent, staff member, pupil or Governor. We strive to help those who reach out to us in our school community to develop the skills to ensure that we are all aware of our need to be healthy both mentally and physically.