Welcome to our Wellbeing page for parents to support their children and themselves

Having good mental health, helps us relax more, achieve more, and enjoy our lives more. We understand that children and adults may be feeling anxious, stressed, sad, lonely, or frustrated at some point. We sign post all of our children, adults, and school community to the ‘Every Mind Matters’ website:

Free Smiling Minds resource in supporting your own mental health


As we move through this global health crisis together, many of us have been actively engaged in supporting the wellbeing of children
and young people.

Parenting and teaching are all about assisting others. It is critically important that we create regular opportunities for self-care so that we can continue to support others and look after our own wellbeing at the same time.

On the Smiling Mind App you will find a wide range of mindfulness meditations and activities for adults which we encourage you to explore and try out for yourself.



Join us for our 1-hour parent/carer workshops

Did your children sleep well last night? In this session we will explore how the length and quality of sleep
can affect us and our children. Pick up new tips and ideas to promote good quality, restful sleep. We will
also look at how screens affect our children, and share ideas for managing screen time better.

Is your child a fussy eater? It’s easier said than done to get children to try new foods. In this session we will
share tips and techniques to encourage your child to eat more variety. We will also talk through the steps to
food acceptance. We’ll share healthy snack ideas as we look at alternatives to sugary snack favourites.

Everyone has mental health and looking after your child’s mental health has never been so important. This
workshop is based on the 5 ways to wellbeing and will give you tips and advice for supporting your child’s
mental health. We’ll share resources and techniques to promote positive mental health and build resilience.

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Promotion of positive mental wellbeing

The school offers pupils many opportunities to do physical and relaxing activities to promote positive wellbeing:-


  • Dinner time games to play outside
  • Library visits to borrow books to read
  • Home Learning Projects
  • Themed Days
  • Charity Days
  • Summer and Christmas Fairs
  • Residential visits
  • Educational day visits
  • After school clubs

Celebrate Success

The school likes to celebrate the many successes that are children achieve:-

  • Twitter each school day to celebrate what is taking place.
  • Displaying pupil’s work
  • Good work Assembly each week
  • Class Assemblies
  • Positive praise postcards
  • Castle View badges given daily
  • Mental Health concern for your Child

    The school values the support of parents by working in partnership with them to support their child.   If parents have a mental health concern about their child they are most welcome to discuss this with Mrs Williams, the Children’s Mental Health Lead.

  • Mental Health concern for yourself or another adult

    If parents/carer have a mental health concern about themselves they are most welcome to discuss this with Mrs Hannah Melarangi , the Adult’s Mental Health Lead who can signpost you to support agencies.

    Useful information

    The children’s mental health charity, Place2be has launched a new website.

    It has been created to help parents with situations they may find themselves in with their children.

    Topics covered include:

    • Sibling rivalry
    • Cultural identity
    • Trouble sleeping

    These topics and more can be found at

    Young Minds – Family Support


    COVID-19 Government guidance for the public on Mental Health and Wellbeing

    Supporting your Mental Health while working from home


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Meadway, Halton Brook, WA7 2DZ

Headteacher | Ms H Melarangi

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Deputy Headteacher | Mrs J Hidden

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SEN Coordinator | Miss L Mulholland

Attendance Officer | Miss A Sheady

Chair of Governors | Mr D Jones

Designated Safeguarding Governor | Mr D Jones

School Office Administrator | Miss E Russell

School Bursar | Mrs S Hudson