Mental Health & Wellbeing

Knowledge and skills to improve mental health are taught explicitly through our PSHE curriculum but it is also embedded in RE, Science, PE and other curricular areas.

We use the language of mental health frequently to break down stigma and educate children in understanding mental health without fear. 

Our PSHE curriculum is progressive and age appropriate so that children can build up their knowledge and understanding. Children understand how mindfulness supports positive mental health and practice techniques.

Our Collective Worship programme also supports children’s mental health, covering themes such as mindfulness, resilience, kindness, celebrating difference, empathy and staying safe.

Our Mental Health Champion is Miss Marshall and our Adult Mental Health First Aiders are Mrs Petts, Mrs Spencer and Mrs Beecroft.

Miss Marshall
Our Mental Health Champion
Mrs Petts, Mrs Spencer, Mrs Beecroft
Our Adult Mental Health First Aiders

Please follow the links below for further information on mental health and wellbeing.

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As the last BDAT school closes their doors for the summer holidays, we want to issue every student and every staff member a wonderful summer and say a huge thank you for being AMAZING in what has been a very unique (and hopefully never to be repeated) year. Happy holidays! 🌞😎☀️

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