Our fundamental belief is that a happy child is a child who is going to be the child that succeeds both socially and academically. Therefore we put the children's well-being at the forefront of everything we do and we monitor this constantly. During Pupil Progress meetings each child's well-being is discussed and if any barriers to their learning are identified we provide a nurture intervention.
The interventions we identify include:
Parents / Carers will be contacted if children are attending 1:1 or groups sessions either by their class teacher or by Nurture Lead.
Mental Health is a huge priority and on some occasions we seek support from outside of school. We work closely with families and external agencies to ensure children receive the best support possible.