Health and Wellbeing

Our school is deeply committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of both pupils and staff.

We recognise that feelings of wellbeing are fundamental to the physical and mental health of an individual, often enabling them to overcome difficulties and achieve as much as possible.

We believe that by improving the health and wellbeing of our school communities, we are not only supporting a pupil’s quality of life, we are also helping to create motivated and high-performing schools where organisational success impacts everyone positively.

Our school is also committed to embedding the Department for Education’s Education Staff Wellbeing Charter. This presents a set of commitments to the wellbeing and mental health of everyone working in education. By using the Charter we aim to:

  • show staff and pupils that we take their wellbeing seriously
  • maintain a conversation with staff about their wellbeing and mental health
  • ensure an effective staff wellbeing strategy that adapts to meet people’s needs
  • create a wellbeing focused culture

UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Award