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Emotional Health and Resilience Charter

Glade Hill have signed up to the Emotional Health and Resilience Charter with Nottingham City Council. This means that as a school, we recognise that our children have to thrive emotionally before they can thrive academically and achieve.

 

Our school is committed to:

 

  • Having an inclusive ethos and culture which promotes emotional wellbeing

  • Recognising our strengths and weaknesses in the area of emotional health and identifying development opportunities with partner agencies

  • Having knowledge and understanding of local support services and how to refer

  • Working alongside support services and assisting them to support children in our school in an appropriate environment

  • Measuring wellbeing of our staff and children through using nationally recognised measures/toolkit

  • Providing opportunities for children to develop responsibility, build confidence and self-esteem

  • Knowing what emotional health training and resources are available nationally/locally

  • Promoting the willingness to talk and build positive relationships

  • Engaging and responding to ‘The Child’s Voice’

  • Having arrangements in place in order to support transition, coping with change and loss

  • Listening to children when they have concerns or worries

  • Teaching social/emotional skills and how to manage and express feelings

  • Teaching strategies to build and maintain emotional wellbeing and resilience

  • Enabling staff to be positive and resilient role models by supporting them to maintain their own emotional health and wellbeing

  • Ensuring staff have access to training in awareness of emotional health and resilience

  • Providing appropriate emotional health and resilience resources to support staff and children

Emotional Health and Resilience Charter

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