Wellbeing and Good Health
It is our aim to support all of our families to have good wellbeing and good mental health. We want our pupils to understand what good mental health is, to learn life-long tools to use to achieve it and to be able to identify when their mental health is not good so that they can use the strategies they have learned or know when to ask for help.
Mental health is on a spectrum. Somedays we can have good mental health whilst on others, when our resilience is low, our wellbeing may also be low. Please speak to any member of school staff if you would like support with your own mental health or that of your child or a family member. We will do everything we can to listen and help or to signpost where you can receive the support that you need.
If you would like to know more about our mental health and wellbeing curriculum for each year group, please click here to view the curriculum plans.
Emotional and Developmental Milestones
It is sometimes helpful to know the emotional and developmental milestones to expect from an 'average' child - if such a child exists!
Click on the document below to see the milestones.
If you are concerned that your child is not meeting these milestones, please speak to your class teacher or our SENCo to share your thoughts. We are here to help you.
Emotional and Developmental Milestones for 3 to 11 year old Children:
Wellbeing and Mental Health Resources:
How to access mental health services
Depression Support Groups
Adult and Older Adult Mental Health
Mental Health and Where to Find Support
Young People's Mental Health
Young Minds website
Mental Health for 10-25 year olds
Kooth NHS Services
Children and Young People's Mental Health
Health and Wellbeing Resources produced by 'Beyond Words' (pictures are used to explain the content)