Pupil Wellbeing

Pupil Wellbeing lead/Deputy Safeguarding lead & extended leadership team – Mrs R Dawson

Manager of the pupil welfare unit – Mrs N Hill

Healthy routines including exercise and sleep, a positive mindset and seeking support are all great ways of maintain a healthy body and mind. This page has top tips and actions to support your well-being. If you ever feel your well-being is suffering then please speak out with a friend, family member or to a trusted adult in school.

We can refer you to a number of support services that can help

  • Routines and organisation
  • Breakfast club
  • Counselling
  • School nurse
  • Drop in on the pastoral office at break or lunch
  • Use the compass button on the website to report any worries or seek advice
  • Pupil wellbeing unit
  • Workshops