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Glade Hill sign up to Nottingham City Emotional Health and Resilience Charter

Glade Hill have signed up for the Nottingham City Emotional Health and Resilience Charter.

 

This means that the 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

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