At Inspire supporting the mental health and well-being of our pupils is one of our Trust priorities.
One of the impacts of the pandemic has been the increase in number of children in Primary with social and emotional issues.
Research shows that there are also more children and staff struggling with day to day mental health and well-being issues.
We are committed to improving education around mental health & well-being in all our schools within our curriculum and also ensure that there is a well-being focus in policy and practice across the Trust schools.
INCLUSION & WELL-BEING TEAM
As part of our commitment to put inclusion at the heart of our offer for our children we have developed an Inclusion Team within the Trust.
Their role is to:
develop the practice and policy across the Trust
provide bespoke support for staff and pupils where needed
develop well-being and inclusion charter
develop a 3-year strategic plan
provide a suite of CPD for schools
ensure ALL pupils achieve
Inclusion Team Members
Deputy CEO – Kyrstie Stubbs
Safeguarding & Inclusion – Annabel Berry
Trust Inclusion Officer – Sarah Bratley
Trust Educational Psychologist – Elizabeth Williams