Mental Health & Wellbeing

Mental health is a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community. (World Health Organisation) 

Our Wellbeing Lead Is Mrs Pacey, our Mental Health Lead is Mrs Wilkinson and our PSHE Lead is Ms Eddison.

Our whole school ethos is built around an offer of a safe, secure and supportive environment where all children can feel valued, respected and confident. 

We ensure the mental wellbeing of our staff and pupils through an open, accepting and respectful ethos. Our values are at the core of the school day, respect and friendship emphasise the importance of other's feelings and we endeavour to live and model these values, every day. 

Our curriculum is underpinned by personal, social and health development whereby children continually develop their understanding of how to live a healthy lifestyle - including emotional, social and physical health principles. 

Our school also offers experiences to promote positive mental health including mindfulness sessions, a ‘growth mindset’ approach and Zones of Regulation. 

If we recognise intervention and support may be needed to nourish an individual's mental wellbeing and health, concerns can be logged through CPOMS and our internal referral system.  A member of the pastoral team will be designated to map out a plan of support for that pupil. This is monitored and reviewed regularly and parents are kept informed.

The school's learning mentor, Mrs Tomlinson, will be directed to support children who require support with their mental wellbeing and health and further support is sought through the Cluster and MindMate with their recommended resources utilised and closely monitored.. 

Mental health of staff is further supported through our MHFAE trained Mental Health First Aider (Mrs Wilkinson) and the Leeds Council Help Employee Assistance service.  


We use the MindMate framework to support and build resilience in our pupils:

As well as embedding the following into our curriculum: 


Other sources of support include:  

Mental health and behaviour in schools 

Anxiety UK  


Further links will be added.


We achieve together, we learn together, we succeed together