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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


Acting Head Teacher


Mrs A Knott




Mrs S Doughty


 Mental Health First-Aider


Miss A Entwistle


Lead Governor


Mr A Thew

Mental Health Champion   Mrs Naeem  


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.

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.

This month's wellbeing theme: 

Jump back Up July


This month's theme is all about resilience and understanding how we can build skills that will help us to bounce back.  


We can't always predict or control what life throws at us, but we can build a range of skills and nurture our resources to help us respond flexibly, effectively deal with challenges, recover more quickly and even learn and grow as a result. We'd love you to share our calendar below with it's suggestions for how to build resilience this month. 



See the Action for Happiness Calendar for daily ideas on how we can make a difference with our actions.



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


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