Well-Being at St Johns
I will shine
Our vision is to create a welcoming and supportive Church School in which we aim to achieve and celebrate excellence together.
We look to develop confident minds and characters, broaden horizons and aspirations, and encourage every member of our community to flourish, in order that they will shine like a ray of light to seek positive transformation in the world today and in the future.
At St John's we understand that in order to enable all in our community to shine we must do everything we can to support mental health and wellbeing. We have dedicated staff Mentors who are always available to support children, staff and their families.
Please see below for some useful resources to support mental health and wellbeing at home:
This is a very useful collection of posters which would support you and your child with their mental well-being. Please look through them and select the ones that would work for you.
If your child is having difficulties with anxiety or is showing signs of stress, this workbook helps you work through those feelings.
This one-page flier has some straight-forward tips and advice in how to manage anxiety.
This is an incredibly useful booklet of links to a vast range of services, learning support and advice-lines to help with any challenges you are facing.
It is common for children to experience heightened emotions, and in some cases anger, in these unusual times. This workbook helps you work through those feelings.
This flier is aimed at autistic children, but the advice is sensible for all families.
The exercises in this document are designed to help children prepare themselves for learning each day, mentally and physically. Have a go and see if you nitice a difference!
We all hope that this booklet will be useful very soon!