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At Holy Trinity Primary School we aim to promote positive health and wellbeing for our whole school community (children, staff, parents and carers), and recognise how important mental health and emotional wellbeing is to our lives.


Key People In School


 Head of School


Mrs A Knott


Assistant Headteacher / SENCDo


Mrs S Doughty


 Mental Health First-Aider


Miss A Entwistle


Lead Governor


Mr A Thew

Mental Health Champion 

Mrs Naeem

Miss Foulkes



If you have any concerns that you would like to discuss with school, then please do not hesitate to contact any of the key people in school via the school office.

Mental Health and Wellbeing Policy

This month's wellbeing theme: 


Meaningful May




Click on the image which will take you directly to the website. Here you can download the calendar in many different languages.


Advice if you're upset by the news


If you are upset by the news, it's important to know that you are not the only one and it's OK to have those feelings.


Click on the picture below and the link will take you to the News Round website which will give you some tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read.

Children's Mental Health Week

Healthy Heart Week - We talked about how we can keep our heart healthy

Talking Mental Health

Talking Mental Health is an animation designed to help begin conversations about mental health in the classroom and beyond.

About the Week

Place2Be launched the first ever Children’s Mental Health Week in 2015 to shine a spotlight on the importance of children and young people’s mental health. Now in its eighth year, they hope to encourage more people than ever to get involved and spread the word.


Children’s Mental Health Week 2022 - Growing Together


From 7-13 February 2022,  Holy Trinity will take part in Children’s Mental Health Week.


This year’s theme is  Growing Together.


Growing Together is about growing emotionally and finding ways to help each other grow.


Challenges and setbacks can help us to grow and adapt and trying new things can help us to move beyond our comfort zone into a new realm of possibility and potential. However, emotional growth is often a gradual process that happens over time, and sometimes we might feel a bit ‘stuck’.


For Children's Mental Health Week 2022, we will be encouraging children (and adults) to consider how they have grown and how they can help others to grow. 

1 in 6 children and young people have a diagnosable mental health problem, and many more struggle with challenges from bullying to bereavement. 

5 ways to Wellbeing


Mental wellbeing doesn't have one set meaning but describes your mental state. We might use it to talk about how we feel or how well we're coping with daily life.  Our mental wellbeing can change from moment to moment, day to day, month to month or year to year.  Having good wellbeing is important because it helps us cope with the stresses of daily life and adapt and manage in times of change or uncertainty.

Below you will find some helpful links that focus on how we can all look after our mental health and emotional well-being during this time.

   Resources for Supporting and Understanding Anxiety around Coronavirus