Mental Health and Well-being
Mental Health Awareness at Isebrook
Having good mental health is the foundation for learning. At Isebrook we look at the needs of each child and work to support them. The Mental Health work is complementary to the Behaviour for Learning [BfL] programme. We carry out surveys of student wellbeing and run a special Programme of Wellbeing for Year 9 students.
Each year we hold a Mental Health Awareness Day where students and staff experience both fun activities and learn about strategies for managing our mental health.
Support for mental health issues is available for students and adults through the NHS website ASK NORMEN.
Isebrook have worked hard to earn their Gold award for Mental Health Awareness.
It is through staff working to meet student needs, and students understanding their role in the learning process, that together we can ensure students at Isebrook have the best opportunity to learn and make progress.
Students receive additional support through the varied and wide ranging alternative curriculum and through therapies.