What is Wellbeing?
Wellbeing at North Town focuses on children‘s social and emotional development whilst building a sense of connectedness, focus and purpose. We approach this holistically meaning children’s behavior, their voice and their opinions are fundamental in achieving our overall vision to produce citizens of the world.
How do we promote and develop children’s Wellbeing?
One area of wellbeing is the school council where a lot of our work is based around the United Nations Convention Rights of the Child (UNCRC), which is embedded in our classroom culture and practice. We also use programs such as THRIVE and Jigsaw PSHE. These approaches combined provide a culture whereby children develop resilience, problem solving skills and develop strategies to encourage pupil's voice, authentic involvement in their learning, decision making, and peer-led approaches
Charlie waller - Useful tips and resources for anxiety.
Ollee - An interactive phone app for parents or children to access to discuss worries/anxieties with a cute little cartoon friend.
Happiful - Subscribe for hard copies, read for free online or have it sent to your inbox.
Somerset parent carer forum - support forum specifically for parents of children with special needs/disabilities
Money-saving expert - Tips and advice for finances.
Triple P - Lots of tips around behaviour management, home-schooling and wellbeing
BBC Soundscapes for Wellbeing - aims to bring nature to everyone. Listen and relax!
Wacky Sock Wednesday
Below is our letter to home about Wacky Sock Wednesday!
As part of our holistic wellbeing approach we use many different programmes. THRIVE is a programme we use to assess, plan and carry out activities designed to develop children’s social and emotional development.
Saved below are some activities you might find useful. There are things that will be suitable for all ages so take a look and see what might work for you.