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Wellbeing

 

At Burnwood Community School, we aim to promote positive mental health for every member of our school community, students, staff and parents. We pursue this aim using both universal, whole school approaches and specialised, targeted approaches aimed at vulnerable people.

In addition to promoting positive mental health, we aim to recognise and respond to mental ill health. By developing and implementing practical, relevant and effective mental health policies and procedures we can promote a safe and stable environment for students and their families affected both directly, and indirectly by mental ill health.

Promote positive mental health in all staff, students and families

Increase understanding and awareness of common mental health issues

Alert staff to early warning signs of mental ill health

Provide support to staff working with young people with mental health issues

Provide support to students suffering mental ill health and their peers and parents/carers

Please find below more information from our Mental Health & Wellbeing Policy.

Lead Members of Staff

Whilst all staff have a responsibility to promote the mental health of students, staff with a specific, relevant remit include:

Mrs D Herbert. Mrs E Wickham, Mrs S Eggleton,

     Mrs Bryan & Mr Rawson - Designated Safeguarding Officers

Mrs S Smith – Designated Safeguarding Governor

Miss T Hall - Mental Health & Wellbeing Lead

Miss K Bowyer - Inclusion Lead/SENCO

Mr W Rawson - Pastoral and Inclusion Leader

Mrs D Herbert - CPD Leader

Mrs J Walker - PSHE Leader

Mrs W Bryan – Home School Family Support Worker

Self Care For You & Your Family Through COVID

Stay Well Children & Young People Mental Health Awareness Sessions for Parents OCT/NOV/DEC 2020

World Mental Health Day - #HelloYellow - Celebrated on Friday 9th October 2020

The Mental Health Support Teams (MHST) are providing a virtual drop in service for all pupils and parents/carers throughout the Summer Holidays

Kindness by The Juicebox Jukebox - Be Kind Kids Song Childrens Music New Random Acts Week 2020

Let's celebrate Kindness! Sing and dance with The Juicebox Jukebox new song "Kindness" featuring an all star cast of adorable kids who know what it means to ...

Gratitude Meditation ❤️️ 21 Day Transformation ❤️️ 432 HZ

Benefits of gratitude for kids. Studies show that gratitude for kids can be a very powerful tool, with lots of benefits to mental and physical health. They include things like: Higher levels of happiness and optimism. Improved sleep. Less stress and an improved ability to cope with stress. Fewer physical problems.

Coronavirus Support & Resources For Mental Health & Wellbeing

Time to Talk Day - Thursday 6th February 2020

Time to Talk Day - Thursday 6th February 2020 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

Wellbeing in Schools Award Presentation - Friday 15th November 2019

Mental Health Awareness Week - Our Community Showcase Event - Friday 17th May 2019

Our Journey So Far...

Risk Factors

Adverse Childhood Experiences - ACES

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Mental Health & Wellbeing Services in Stoke-on-Trent

Mental Health & Wellbeing Lead

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Attendance

Attendance

Attendance percentage for each class.

  • Reception

    94.5%

  • Nursery

    89.8%

  • Year 1

    94.8%

  • Year 2

    95.9%

  • Year 3

    95%

  • Year 4

    95.5%

  • Year 5

    95.2%%

  • Year 6

    94.8%

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