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Q6. What support will there be for my child's overall well-being?

A. The welfare of all our pupils is taken very seriously. This is shown through :

  • Pupil well-being surveys are carried out annually for our KS2 pupils and results are analysed by SLT.

  • Our school council ensures that pupil’s voices /opinions are heard. Pupil voices form part of school’s monitoring process.

  • Staff are vigilant to pupil’s well-being and concerns are recorded on the school’s computerised Behaviour Watch programme. The Inclusion Manager monitors these concerns and takes appropriate action when necessary.

  • The school has a learning mentor who spends a considerable amount of time working with individual pupils who have specific concerns/difficulties. She tailors support around the needs of the individual but examples include: daily emotional check-in,

    Anger-management, family issues, friendship issues.

  • The school works closely with the Integrated Family Support Team and if necessary families can receive intensive support with issues such as behaviour management, debt, housing issues.

  • If necessary to facilitate the well-being of our pupils, the school can initiate or support with a Family CAF.

  • The school offers an extensive extra-curricular programme of activities both after school and during lunch time.

  • The school delivers a programme of weekly in-class support through PATHS. Children are taught about emotional well-being, relationships and making positive healthy choices.

  • The school participates in the FAST programme where families are encouraged to work closely with school and each other.

  • Access to daily free breakfast club on site, ensuring a healthy start to the day.

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