Pupils, Parents and school staff can be presented with unique challenges at various stages in their lives. Therefore it is important to recognise how this affects their mental wellbeing and to find ways to provide the appropriate support.
Every pupil and staff member (regardless of their position) within a school, should feel secure, healthy, productive, active, respected and included.
There are eight helpful factors associated with wellbeing that are designed to encourage, support, and safeguard the health of all of our children and staff within an educational environment. They are:
This helps everyone including children, parents and others who work with them, such as teachers and health visitors, to have a clear grasp of wellbeing.
Staff within a school or educational environment play an important role in ensuring the wellbeing of pupils.
In order to do this, they need to feel supported themselves. Some indicators of staff wellbeing are:
There are many things that can affect the wellbeing of pupils. Some of these are within the control of the school, while others are not.
There are, however, some general indicators that can help show whether pupils are thriving or not.
Positive indicators include:
Negative indicators include:
The overall well being of parents and carers can have a big impact on the mental health and emotional well being of their children. Some aspects of parent/carer wellbeing are:
If you are looking to increase productivity and understand the importance of mental wellbeing, mental health and staff wellbeing within your school, the mySchoolWellbeing platform is where it’s at!
It takes only a few minutes to connect with the mySchoolWellbeing platform, and it immediately aids in the effort to make a difference!
It’s a simple and successful technique for promoting staff health, monitoring progress, and fostering a positive school atmosphere.
The mySchoolWellbeing platform is designed to help schools measure and improve wellbeing.
This is does this by:
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Read through our client testimonials to see how we’ve assisted other schools, pupils and teachers or better still, download our free sample report to find out exactly how they have been created with Ofsted and governors in mind.
Staff wellbeing can have both a positive and negative effect on everyday life.
Educate staff and pupils on an individual level to help them understand, take action and improve their wellbeing in the present moment.
Published: 24th June 2022Back to blog