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What support will there be for my child’s overall well-being?

In our Academy we ensure that we:

·         Provide a safe environment for our students and recognise that their well-being includes physical, mental and emotional well-being as well as protection from abuse

·         Are aware that children may experience a wide range of social and emotional difficulties which manifest in many ways and we have clear processes to support these needs

·         Are alert to other events such as bereavement and bullying which can lead to learning and/or mental health difficulties and have clear processes to support these needs

·         Assess pupils displaying disruptive or withdrawn behaviours to determine any underlying learning, communication or mental health difficulties (please refer to SEMH section)

·         Ensure appropriate provision is in place, such as additional pastoral support for all students requiring this.

·         Have in place clear processes to support children and young people, including how they will manage the effect of any disruptive behaviour so it does not adversely affect other pupils

·         Regularly review our SEND, anti-bullying and behaviour policies