Student Wellbeing

We support the wellbeing of our students both through our curriculum and in our response to concerns.

Our PSHE curriculum has a clear focus on wellbeing issues.

Our Guidance Team is alert to issues of wellbeing and, where possible, works to prevent or pre-empt problems. Directors of Learning and their Deputies know the children in their care very well, and are well supported by the Form Tutors, who see the students every day. They are quick to intervene as problems might arise. The School offers a Listening Service for young people who need some space to talk. The Safeguarding Team are experienced and highly trained. They meet regularly to update and discuss individual cases and also to share emerging issues. These can then be approached proactively, for example through assemblies or form time.

Our Nurturing Schools approach is also hugely supportive of students’ wellbeing. We try to make our school as a whole and each individual classroom a safe space where students feel supported and understood. We teach in a student-centred way, allowing space for choice and exploration where possible. You will find more about Nurturing Schools elsewhere on the website.

We also offer our students support through our dedicated Listening Service. Parents and students can use the referral form found here.

Please visit our Safeguarding Commitment page for more information and some helpful links.

Our PSHE curriculum has a clear focus on wellbeing issues.

Please visit our Safeguarding page for more information and some helpful links.

Please see the attached Emotional Health, Wellbeing and Mental Health Statement

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