Ospringe Primary School understands that mental health and wellbeing should be at the forefront of our community. We believe that if we have a united approach towards looking after our own and each others mental health, we can support children to have high levels of wellbeing. We nurture pupils to flourish, and succeed by providing opportunities for them, and our whole school community, to develop and grow their resilience, both physically and mentally.
Back to School after summer
Coming back to school after a long break can be difficult for some children. Getting back into the school routine and structure can cause anxiety. Children in all year groups may need some support with their return to school. Below are some ideas of how you can help them.
Dealing with Friendship issues
At some stage in their school life at times children can face friendship difficulties, especially as they grow older and their interests and opinions change. This can be difficult for children to manage and can cause them upset. Below is a useful worksheet to help children understand why they may be having friendship issues.