We believe that a healthy mind is as essential as a healthy body.
At St Philips we have a number of projects running to support the mental well being of our whole school family.
Staff have undertaken a 6 week personal mindfulness course which we are gradually aiming to role out to our whole school. Staff are also trained on the ROAR approach. ROAR responds to mental health in primary schools. It is a first-line response aimed at equipping professionals with the tools to provide early intervention and support for children who are experiencing mental distress. Ask your child about the ROAR rainbow.
We currently have:
As a Church of England school we hope that you feel that we are able to provide you and your child with:
An education for knowledge and skills
An education for hope and aspiration
An education for community and living well
An education for dignity and respect.
With all of these elements embedded across our curriculum offer we cannot fail to have children who flourish.
Mental Health Lead in School - Alison Klaassen
Link Governor - Julie Lincoln
PSCHE Subject Lead - Lucy Byrne