Well Being Monitors
Our well-being monitors are in place to support pupil's mental health. They follow the 5 key areas to promoting positive mental health:
Take Notice: Well-being monitors ensure that children are not left playing by themselves.
Be Active: Well-being monitors encourage children to take part in active play activities run by the play leaders.
Give: Well-being monitors give their time to help, play with and support others.
Connect: Well-being monitors make time to talk to others.
Learn: Well-being monitors learn about other people, what they like doing and support them.
Well-being monitors should be kind and thoughtful.
They effectively oversee the playgrounds to make sure that everyone is happy and uphold the school's values of honesty, determination, invention, kindness, tolerance, cooperation and courage.
The well-being monitors are led by Miss Woskett.
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