Social, Emotional & Mental Health.
Social, emotional and mental health difficulties
Children and young people might:
- find relationships difficult
- appear withdrawn or isolated
- behave in ways that affect their learning, for example, being disruptive
- do things that impact on their health and well-being
Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs
The school closely monitors and analyses both classroom and playground behaviour to ensure that the necessary support is provided where needed. The school runs targeted interventions to help support children develop their behaviour and ensure there is no interruption to learning. We communicate with parents and outside agencies to ensure a positive learning experience for every child, praising and rewarding good behaviour, which sets a high expectation across the school.
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