Our Mental Health & Wellbeing leaders are Mrs Till and Mrs Dillon.
At Christ Church CE Primary, we aim to promote inclusion and good mental health and wellbeing for everyone. For most pupils, being confident and resilient is developed through quality first provision, which includes:
Some pupils at Christ Church may experience times when they are vulnerable and are displaying behaviours that need additional emotional support. Early intervention is delivered and we have many different types of provision and resources available to do this.
|Our Sensory Room
|'A calm and nurturing start'.
|'A place to relax, destress and diffuse anxieties'
A small group environment
Gives opportunities to talk
Develops social skills through eating at the table and play
Develops communication and language with focus on understanding emotions and feelings
Enables children to prepare for the day ahead
Provides a steady approach to learning to suit the needs of the children.
Fish bubble and light tubes
Sensory soft play
A place to use 'self-soothe' boxes
|Reflexions Team, Imagine Inclusion and school-based support
|Care and Guidance Manager
|'Meet Stacey and Lindsey'
|'Meet Mrs Smith'
Trained NHS practitioner (Reflexions Team)
Assistant Educational Psychologist (Imagine Inclusion)
1:1, paired support or group support
Parent support and guidance
Available to meet any child for planned sessions or for 'drop-ins' during the day. Mrs Smith offers support, care and guidance to all.
Daily support offered to parents/carers at the school gate or during 1-1 meetings.
Developing positive mental health and coping strategies.
1:1 and group support
Promotes and supports making positive relationships between staff and children
Our school therapy dogs help to form positive bonds and soothe.
Emotional literacy focus