Mental Health and Well-being
Welcome to Park Brow Primary School Mental Health and Wellbeing Hub!
At Park Brow, we believe that nurturing the mental health and wellbeing of our students is just as important as their academic success. We understand that a healthy mind is the foundation for a happy and fulfilling life. That’s why we have created this dedicated space to prioritize the mental health needs of our pupils.
Prevention is key, and we are committed to creating a supportive environment that promotes positive mental health from the very beginning. By fostering a culture of understanding, empathy, and open communication, we aim to equip our students with the tools they need to navigate life’s challenges with resilience.
Early identification is crucial in addressing mental health concerns effectively. Our dedicated team of are trained to recognize the early signs of distress. Through regular check-ins, observations, and open dialogue, we strive to identify any potential issues before they escalate.
Early support is essential for our students’ wellbeing. We provide a range of resources and interventions to ensure that every child receives the support they need. Our team works closely with parents and guardians to develop personalized plans that address specific concerns. Whether it’s through individual counselling, group therapy, or targeted interventions, we are here to support our students every step of the way.
Access to quality interventions is a priority for us. We collaborate with external mental health professionals and organisations to ensure that our students have access to the best possible care. We believe in a holistic approach that combines evidence-based practices with the unique needs of each child. By working together, we can provide the necessary support to help our students thrive.
We invite you to explore our Mental Health and Wellbeing Hub, where you will find a wealth of information, resources, and tools to support your child’s mental health journey. From articles and videos to practical tips and strategies, we aim to empower parents/carers and students.
At Park Brow, we are committed to creating a safe and nurturing environment where mental health and wellbeing are valued and prioritized. Together, let’s build a strong foundation for our students’ lifelong mental health and happiness.
Any member of staff, student, parents/carers concerned about the mental health and wellbeing of a pupil should speak to the child’s class teacher about their concerns. They will monitor and support them, and refer to the Mental Health & Wellbeing Team who will see the appropriate support.