Home Page


  • At Sawley Infant & Nursery school, we are extremely committed to supporting the emotional health and well-being of all of our pupils and our staff.

    Particularly in the current climate, there are many challenges that everyone is facing and experiencing. We know and understand that these life challenges and experiences that many of us are faced with require some additional emotional support. We understand that these challenges may make us feel particularly vulnerable at times, and we are committed to support anyone who may need any addition emotional support. Everyone deserves to have positive mental health, and everyone has a role to play to support you to get there.



    At Sawley Infant & Nursery school, there are many ways in which we support the children’s mental health and well-being. For example:

    • Throughout our curriculum and everyday school life we encourage and support the children to understand their feelings and emotions.
    • Embedded in our behaviour policy, we encourage the children to be resilient when challenges occur, to be ready to learn having a positive mindset, and to be respectful to others.
    • We encourage the children to be self-confident and develop their self-esteem, ensuring that they all know that they matter.
    • We support children to know that they can talk to us and open up, sharing their feelings and worries.
    • We support the children to build and maintain positive social relationships with others.
  • Useful Links

    Please browse through the other sections on the website for many more helpful links.

    • NHS Every Mind MattersA public health England and NHS site to help people take simple steps to look after their mental health, improve their mental wellbeing and support others.

    • Mentally Healthy SchoolsQuality-assured information, advice and resources to help primary schools understand and promote children’s mental health and wellbeing.

  •  Please follow this link to our safeguarding page, where you will find policies and information and an emergency out of hours information leaflet for parents and carers.
  • There was an error processing this link (the page was not found).

  • Health & Well-being Newsletter