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Emotional Health and Wellbeing

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At St Anne's we have worked very hard in raising the profile of Mental Health and emotional wellbeing. Our designated lead for Mental Health is Mrs Holt, who supports children and their families and is the link between school and other agencies.

In school we have a dedicated space for children (and adults) to spend time discussing any worries or concerns they may have with a member of staff.

There is also a lunchtime drop in session for children at the 'Haven' where they can come and talk, listen or relax.

In both key stages there is a secure worry box for any children who may find it difficult to open up to staff, which is managed by Mrs Holt.

Finally, we do the mindful minute every day and we offer Yoga/ Meditation clubs throughout the year.

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Children's Mental Health Week

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This week is Children’s Mental Health week all over the country and we are following their theme of “Find Your Brave” in school.

Classes will be accessing various resources:

Videos and clips of celebrities “finding their brave”

Reading stories or listening to story books online, including – The Wolf’s Colourful Coat,

Be Brave Little Penguin, The Lion Inside and others.

The Healthy Mind Ambassadors are running a competition in school for children to design a poster of a brave cartoon character. There will be prizes for KS1 and KS2. Help your children get creative!

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Poster competition winners!

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