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Mental Health and Wellbeing

Mental Health and Wellbeing in school is over seen by our pastoral support team of learning mentors and is a service that gives help and support to pupils as well as providing information, advice and guidance. We always work in close partnership with teachers, parents/carers and other specialist agencies.

Pastoral care is a process used by schools to safeguard pupils. This provision is aimed at ensuring your child's physical, social and emotional welfare whilst promoting positive integration into school life. Pastoral care relates to aspects of a pupils school life that are not directly related to academics or areas of study but are more related to social and emotional, well being and behavioural issues.

 

Our Learning Mentors Mrs Knight and Miss Ward are looking forward supporting your child throughout their time at Hawthorn Tree School. 

Healthy Minds Virtual Workshops

The following Workshops are being run on various dates, through July to September 2021, via Microsoft Teams. Parents/ carers can book onto these via Eventbrite.

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Workshops include:

  • How can I support my child's emotional Wellbeing? A workshop for parents of 5-10 Years
  • How can I support my child's emotional Wellbeing? A workshop for parents of 11-16 Years
  • Parent and Child Worry Management -  A workshop for parents of 5-10 Years
  • Parent and Child Management Angry Feelings -  A workshop for parents of 5-10 Years
  • Parent Supporting Children with Anxiety and SEND - Discussion group

Tickets will be released on a monthly basis, so keep an eye out on the Eventbrite page for dayes and times.

All workshops are free to attend.

For further family learning please click on the Family Learning link below

My Summer Journal of Happy Times - Develop an Attitude of Gratitude summer 2021

Delayed effect, after school meltdown

Does your child come home from school and explode with the Delayed effect and after school meltdown?

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