Stanton Bridge Primary School

Wellbeing and Mental Health

Our Mission and Vision statement:

“Wellbeing for life”

 

The emotional health and wellbeing of all members of Stanton Bridge School (including staff, students and parents) is fundamental to our philosophy and ethos of valuing everyone, caring for each other and achieving excellence. At Stanton Bridge we work together as a school community, staff, students and parents in a supportive, success minded and challenging environment to maximise opportunities and achievements for all.
We focus on evolving and further developing a strong culture and ethos where mental health is regarded as the responsibility of all. Our wellbeing strategy aims to support the school’s core values of confidence, harmony, independence, respect, aspiration and honesty.
We have embedded wellbeing into every aspect of our school and we will continue to do so, involving everyone.
Our vision is to promote and develop the resilience of our staff, children, parents and carers because we recognise that it is a vital life skill and essential to success now and in the future. We aim to foster the mental and physical wellbeing of all our community as key components of a rewarding and fulfilled life.
 
 
Wellbeing Award for Schools
 
We are trying to achieve the WAS award (Wellbeing Award for Schools). This allows us to evaluate our current provision for pupils, staff and the community and see if there is any way that we can improve wellbeing for all. This is an whole school approach and will benefit all of our school community. 
 
For more information on Mental Health and Wellbeing please see Mental Health section.

 

If you would like further information please contact Mr T. 

Wellbeing Team 

 

Mr. T, Mr. Mohamed, Miss Quirke, Mr Caldwell, Dr. Evans, Maliha (student).