Here at St. John's we believe that good mental health and wellbeing is important for both our pupils and families, this is why we have a designated pupil mentor to support our families. We want our children to develop resilience and deal with day-to- day challenges that they might come across both at home and school. One of our main beliefs is that in order to do our job effectively we need to support the whole needs of the child and their family. Here you will find links to agencies that we work with that might be able to offer you support in a range of different areas. If you wish to discuss anything or have any questions, please come and find me in Kingfisher Class. I would be more than happy to help.
Mrs S Smith
Pupil Mentor Information
What is child and family wellbeing?
Children and Family Wellbeing Service offers practical support to children, young people, parents and families. This support can be provided on a whole range of issues which may be affecting individuals or the family and is offered through a network of centres as well as in the community or in the family home.