Wellbeing Forum

We were delighted to host our first Informal Wellbeing Forum, delivered by our Head of Additional Learning, Kate Waite. 

The event provided the perfect opportunity for local professionals to gather in person to share good practice, resources and questions related to wellbeing provision, in an informal and supportive atmosphere.

According to NHS data, ‘one in eight children and young people experience mental health difficulties severe enough to warrant specialist support’ pre-pandemic, and this has lately increased to one in six.* (Jaime Smith, Anna Freud Centre)

With wellbeing so crucial for children to be successful in school and life, we are always keen to work with other local professionals to share best practice, ensuring we deliver the best to our pupils and staff.

Thank you to all the schools who joined us – we very much look forward to future meetings.