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Social and Emotional Health

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The physical and mental wellbeing of children and young people is linked – one has a direct impact on the other.

Living Well Schools believes that social, emotional and mental wellness of students is as important as physical health. We would like to promote programmes available locally that aim to support mental health and wellbeing.

Our aim is for all local schools to create an environment to enhance the mental wellbeing of its students. We want to encourage children and young people to recognise if they are struggling emotionally and be able to find support without fear of stigma.

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Good Emotional Wellbeing

Our state of mind influences the ways in which we view and engage with the world. Maintaining good mental wellbeing is essential for everyone including children and young people. Read more below to learn about local work improving the social, emotional and mental health of…

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Healthy Relationships

School is not just a place of learning, it’s a place where children and young people start to make meaningful relationships. Living Well Schools brings together local and national services and resources as well as training for teachers to deliver some areas of the RSE…

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Adversity, Trauma and Resilience in Schools

Living Well Schools brings together local services, resources and training for staff to help understand what Adverse Childhood Experiences are, and the ways children experiencing them may learn differently. A whole school approach is taken to give schools the tools and expertise they need to…

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Priority Areas

Living Well Schools aims to improve three key areas we consider to be most crucial for the health and wellbeing of our children. Physical health, social and emotional health and reducing classroom inequalities. Please see the sections below to learn more about work that is happening locally to address these issues.