Wellbeing

At Wembley Primary School we are committed to embedding a culture which values the happiness and emotional welfare of all pupils. We strive to promote wellbeing as a part of day-to-day school life, providing opportunities to model, teach and discuss feelings and emotions.

 

 

What is ‘good’ emotional health and wellbeing in our school?
• To be resilient, confident, adaptable and collaborative
• The ability to recognise, acknowledge and manage their feelings
• The ability to develop caring and concerns for others
• The ability to develop meaningful, positive and long-lasting relationships
• The ability to take responsibility for themselves and make practical decisions
• The knowledge of how to promote their own wellbeing
• It includes everyone within our school

Some whole school approaches to promote positive mental health and wellbeing
• Use of the language of ‘Growth Mindset’, where resilience and perseverance is celebrated
• Use of outside learning such as the School Nature Garden
• Broad and enriched curriculum including school trips, after school clubs

This academic year, we have been implementing ‘Wembley Ways to Wellbeing’ and ‘Zones of Regulation’ where pupils will become familiar with recognising; talking about and regulating their feelings and aspects that support their wellbeing and mental health.

 

If you have any concerns around your child’s wellbeing please feel free to email us on newparents@wembleyprimary.brent.sch.uk for EYFS and learning@wembleyprimary.brent.sch.uk for KS1 & KS2. You may also use this email to send us your ideas and views around this matter.

You can also contact Ms Griffith (Mental Health and Wellbeing Lead) on 0208 901 9889


Throughout our Wellbeing section we may refer you to external websites and links, please note that we cannot accept responsibility for the content of third-party websites. Please let us know if you experience any issues with the links provided. Some of the activities may need to be adapted in line with current government guidance around non-essential contact.