Emmaville Primary School


"The aim of teaching pupils about physical health and mental wellbeing is to give them the information that they need to make good decisions about their own health and wellbeing. It should enable them to recognise what is normal and what is an issue in themselves and others and, when issues arise, know how to seek support as early as possible from appropriate sources.

Physical health and mental wellbeing are interlinked, and it is important that pupils understand that good physical health contributes to good mental wellbeing, and vice versa." Department for Education, 13th September 2021

Welcome to our Wellbeing Page, where you will find ideas, advice and links about ways in which you can help you and your family to navigate the challenges of daily life and build the foundations for good mental as well as physical health.

The Children's Society RISE Mental Health Support in Schools programme have a range of resources available for children, young people, professionals and parents that offer practical tips to feel more in control and become more resilient in managing emotional wellbeing and mental health. The resources can be accessed by visiting https://rise.childrenssociety.org.ukand click on Find Wellbeing Resources then scroll down to the topic you would like support with.
Is your child or someone you work with (aged 4-18years) struggling with low mood? Why not drop in and meet children’s therapists to discuss what you can do to support. Learn more about low mood and how it presents in children. Free resources to take home.  Please see the link below for dates and venues this January.

Mental Health Day assembly - Watch Video