At Wollaston Primary School, we understand the need for everyone in our school to have a healthy lifestyle. This helps pupils and staff to do their best and build on their achievements. We actively promote physical and emotional health, and aim to equip pupils with the understanding and skills they need to make informed decisions about their health, both now and in the future. By championing healthy eating, healthy lifestyles and emotional health and well being, we are aiming to continue to raise standards and improve levels of pupil achievement.

How we provide well-being support at Wollaston Primary School

  • Full time well-being learning mentor accessible to both children and their families daily.
  • Emotional Literacy and mental health Support Sessions offered to children.
  • Family support offered in school to parents/carers.
  • Signposting children and families to appropriate support, agencies and professionals outside of school.
  • Well-being information is shared where appropriate to relevant members of staff weekly.
  • Friendship groups and individual work with children daily to build upon broken relationships and to promote 'anti-bullying' within our school.
  • Individual interventions for children with our learning mentor or Emotional Literacy Support Assistants around issues such as behaviour, self-esteem, anger management, bereavement, family breakdowns, anxiety etc.
  • Parenting and family support offered individually or in groups.
  • Designated 'safe spaces' that act as a haven for children and a safe environment where they can talk about their worries or concerns.
  • All staff are kept up to date with training such as attachment theory, mental health, safeguarding and protecting vulnerable children.
  • Year 5 & 6 pupils trained as 'circle of friends' and mentors to younger peers.

Keeping Safe Support

Safeguarding Information

Wollaston - "Progress is Good"

Our last Ofted showed that teaching is consistently good in our school. Typically, progress is good for each year group and a higher proportion than nationally achieve as expected by the end of both key stages.

Contact Us

Wollaston Primary School
College Street
NN29 7SF

Tel: 01933 664291