We strongly encourage parents and carers to make school aware of any concerns about your child's mental health and wellbeing as soon as these arise so that timely support and/or advice can be provided.
As a regular point of contact via the school diary and regular calls home, your child's teacher would be a good person to raise any initial concerns with and they can signpost the support provided by school or direct you to member of staff best positioned to offer support and/or advice. Equally you can contact the school via reception and request to meet with the school's Child and Family Officer, SENCo or Behaviour and Attitudes Lead.
Through the 2022/23 academic year the school will be running drop-ins and workshops with our Play Therapist and Mental Health Support Team practitioner. The school will notify all parents and carers of the details around these closer to the time.