Our designated school lead for mental health & well-being is Mrs Henshall:

To support leaders and staff in schools we have introduced a designated Mental Health & Wellbeing lead in all of our schools. 


  • To support the Headteacher and SENCo in the implementation & reviewing of the school’s mental health and wellbeing strategy and policy. 
  • To support the staff to understand the part they play in supporting the mental health & well-being of their pupils and to give them access to the CPD and resources they need to be able to do this effectively. 
  • To ensure pupils receive the support they need in wave 1,2 3 interventions to make them mentally resilient and promote positive mental health. 
  • To provide a whole school approach to support staff wellbeing and to enable them to manage their own wellbeing and mental health. 


We all have mental health. Your mental health affects how you feel, think and act. It refers to your emotional, psychological and social wellbeing. Your mental health can change on a daily basis and over time, and can be affected by a range of factors. 

It’s important to look after your mental health, as you would look after your physical health. Your state of wellbeing affects how you cope with stress, relate to others and make choices. It also plays a part in your relationships with your family, community, colleagues and friends.