At South Pennine Academies, we want every student to have the best possible chance to
achieve in school. Stronger partnerships with families, local businesses, community
agencies and universities are essential as we focus on improving student outcomes.
As a part ofSouth Pennine Academies, we are committed to a Trust-wide approach to Mental Health and Wellbeing covering children, staff and the wider community.
At Willowpark Primary Academy we consider the development of our children's mental health and wellbeing to be as important as we do their physical well being and we promote its importance both within our curriculum and through the support we offer our children and their families.
Our commitment encompasses ongoing week in 8 priority areas;
Support for Staff
Continuous Professional Development
Support for Pupils
Working with parents/carers
Working with external agencies
Our school is wholly inclusive and we work hard to ensure all children have access to resources, provision and environments which support the development of their emotional literacy.
This section of our website should provide lots of useful information to you. If there is more information or support you require on any aspect of looking after your own emotional wellbeing or mental health, or that of someone you know, please do not hesitate to contact us in school
We are very proud of our on-going work to support positive Mental Health and Wellbeing and have recently achieved theGOLDSchool Mental Health Awardfollowing assessment by Leeds Beckett University in recognition of the work we do to support the mental health and wellbeing of our staff, children and their families.
Routines - Resources
The resource below has a focus on healthy lifestyles and contains lots of information and links to wider resources around 4 key components of maintaining a healthy lifestyle; Sleep, Routines, Nutrition & Physical Exercise.
Contact us in school on 0161 359 5699 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The office at Willowpark is staffed every day for parents of children and our admin teams will be able to forward your call to the most appropriate person to offer advice.
Follow the Oldham twitter handles @ATWellbeingWSA , @ChrissyOrson, @NatWellbeingWSA and @OldhamOA as these account frequently share the latest updates/resources to support local families