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‘To be the best that you can be’

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The Federation of Priddy & St Lawrence’s

‘To be the best that you can be’

Wellbeing Action Group

Wellbeing Action Group (WAG)

The role of the WAG is to develop and implement the whole school approach to wellbeing. The group aim to meet once a term, and use The Somerset Framework to highlight successes and identify areas for actions.  If you would like to get involved with the WAG then please contact Mrs Lodge via the school office.

 

The Federation of Priddy and St Lawrence’s WAG members (2021-22)

SMHL

Elissa Lodge

Ethos and Environment

Lauren Durbin

Stuart Hole

Curriculum and Learning

Elissa Lodge (PSHE Lead)

Staff Wellbeing and Development

Lauren Durbin

Emily Richards

Parent Involvement

Mrs Bolton

Mrs Knight

Parent Governor  TBC

Pupil participation

Wellbeing Champions – KS1 and Ks2

Identifying need

Annabel Smout (SENCO)

Targeted Support

Debbie  (PFSA)

Wellbeing Champions – children

Wellbeing Champions are elected in class, during the autumn term. They are pupils who champion emotional and mental health and wellbeing within school and the school community. All pupils have received training in the following areas:

  1. Purpose of the role
  2. Active listening
  3. Emotions and empathy
  4. Emotional Alarm system - using the hand model to support
  5. Calming strategies
  6. Restorative justice
  7.  

The Wellbeing Champions feed into our WAG.

 

Charter

The wellbeing champion work feeds into our WAG group to ensure everyone’s view are represented.

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