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Loss & Bereavement Support

 

For further information on the support we provide to support our children with loss and bereavement please visit this link where you can find out more;

St Paul's Catholic Primary School - Loss & Bereavement (secure-dbprimary.com)

If you have any concerns or require further information please speak to your class teacher for support and they will seek SENCo support if required.

Mental Health and Well-being (SEMH)

At St. Paul's Catholic Nursery and Primary School we are passionate about promoting Mental Health awareness with termly theme events that our well-being and school council ambassodors lead upon delivering and supporting.  Fun and engaging Mental Health teaching and learning activities are sourced from UK Mental Health Organsitations led by teaching staff include mindfullness activities, painting, yoga, music and encouraging 'just talk'.

Our ethos is to ensure all our children have the right to express their thoughts and feelings within a safe and nurtring learning environment.  We encourage this through each child in our school choosing a 'special adult' to go to should they need to 'just talk'.

Visit our School Council page for more details about up and coming Mental Health awareness events in our school. https://stpauls-herts.secure-dbprimary.com/herts/primary/stpauls/site/pages/children/schoolcouncil

For useful publications to support a range of Mental Health experiences such as how to deal with anxiety, loneliness, sleep and more please visit; https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/publications

If you have any concerns or require further information please speak to your class teacher for support or Ms N Costanzo - SENDCo & Mental Health Lead.

Please scroll down this webpage to see support contacts.

For more advice and support visit:

https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/microsites/local-offer/the-hertfordshire-local-offer.aspx

For free information, advice and support please contact Herts Sendiass on 01992 555847 or email sendiass@hertfordshire.gov.uk

or visit www.hertssendiass.org.uk