Mental Health & Well-being
Top tips for families 2024
Top tips for children 2024
At Shenley, we want to provide an effective and enjoyable teaching and learning environment, where children and young people can flourish in a safe environment. We aim to promote the mental and physical health of our staff, parents and pupils as well as valuing and supporting their emotional well-being. Well-being is built into the school’s PSHE curriculum and promoting good mental health is a priority.
Just Talk week 2022 21-27 November
This half term, our Jigsaw PSHE theme is 'Healthy Me'. We launched this in assemby this week and our classes shared what 'being healthy' meant to them!
At our school, we recognise the importance of keeping our bodies and minds healthy. We work closely with our school community to make sure that our children understand how to stay healthy.
We recognise that some children are concerned about the Russian/Ukraine conflict, please speak to your child's class teacher to access support around this issue.
Just Talk Week 2021 - November 15th - 19th
What's going on in Shenley?
Below are some of the themed weeks or days we have been using to support children's mental health and wellbeing at Shenley.
On Monday 16th November, we launched 'Just Talk' Week. The aim is to encourage people to talk about how they are feeling. We also want to share ideas for coping through challenging times such as the ‘Five Ways To Wellbeing’.