Inspire. Challenge. Support.
Elements associated with wellbeing such as hope, gratitude and emotional regulation have been proven to improve academic resilience and success. Children and young people with enhanced feelings of wellbeing are likely to go on to be happier, more successful adults. Within school, we offer a range of support towards the wellbeing of our pupils including access to counselling, enhanced outdoor opportunities in our extensive grounds, and access to our very own Head of Wellbeing, who is available each and every day to listen to pupils, staff and parents who need a little TLC and an open ear.
To get in touch with Mrs Stooksbury please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Emotional Well-being and Mental Health Vision Statement
Creating a mentally healthy community by working together through challenges, and celebrating our successes.
We want every member of our school community to feel:
Emotional well-being and mental health strategy
Prevention: creating a safe and calm environment that is conducive to positive emotional well-being and mental health.
Identification: recognising emerging issues as early and accurately as possible.
Early support: helping pupils and staff to access evidence-informed early support and interventions.
Access to specialist support: working effectively with external agencies to provide swift access or referrals to specialist support and treatment.
Pupil Ambassadors for Change team have been busy collecting ideas from their peers as to how HK School can improve everyone’s mental health and wellbeing.
Our Head of Wellbeing, alongside our staff Change Team and pupil ambassadors, are working hard towards the achievement of the WAS Wellbeing Award for Schools, which is run in partnership with the National Children’s Bureau. We are excited to share the amazing things going on in school. For more information click here.
To share your ideas please get in touch with Mrs Stooksbury via email@example.com
The school has recently invested in the SHARP reporting tool. SHARP allows young people to report any incidents which occur within our school and local community anonymously and without fear. Aside from the reporting tool SHARP delivers educational content to raise awareness on a wide range of subjects including: bullying, health, community issues, weapons and hate crime. The link above is also the link from where an App may be downloaded to your phone (or to that of your son/daughter).
Scholarship and Bursary applications
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