Wellbeing and Support
Wellbeing and Support

We believe that children who are being supported with their wellbeing are more able to learn and to become fulfilled, confident adults.

Many children have crises at some stage in their lives which make them more vulnerable to issues with mental health, anxiety and a lack of self confidence. We work with parents where possible to support children through these difficult patches in their lives. Some of the children facing difficulties benefit from small intervention groups to help build their confidence.

We have a Wellbeing Support worker on our team, Pam, who is very happy to meet with parents to talk about their child's wellbeing and to look for ways in which the school may be able to offer support. Pam can be contacted through the office.

Keep your child safe online

A useful article about staying safe online: http://www.esafety-adviser.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/DITTO-Mar-2017.pdf

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Developing a Growth Mindset

 

We believe that children who are being supported with their wellbeing are more able to learn and to become fulfilled, confident adults.

 

Many children have crises at some stage in their lives which make them more vulnerable to issues with mental health, anxiety and a lack of self confidence. We work with parents where possible to support children through these difficult patches in their lives. Some of the children facing difficulties benefit from small intervention groups to help build their confidence.

 

We have a Wellbeing Support worker on our team, Pam, who is very happy to meet with parents to talk about their child's wellbeing and to look for ways in which the school may be able to offer support. Pam can be contacted through the office.

 

The agencies included in the pdf document below can offer support to children and families who are experiencing difficulties .

Feeling Safe

Children who feel safe in their school and home environment will thrive and become confident adults.

Brocks Hill Primary has a strong ethos where children feel secure and are encouraged to talk and are listened too. A child's voice is taken seriously and responded to appropriately.