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Over the course of their education, children will spend over 7,800 hours at school.  With such a large amount of time spent at school, schools provide an ideal environment for promoting positive emotional wellbeing and are able to identify early behavioural changes and signs of mental distress. The social and emotional skills, knowledge and behaviours that young people learn in the classroom can help them to build resilience and set the pattern for how they will manage their mental health throughout their lives.  Emotional well-being is a clear indicator of academic achievement, success and satisfaction in later life. Evidence shows that mental health and well-being programmes in schools, can lead to significant improvements in children’s mental health, and social and emotional skills. Well-being provision in schools can also lead to reductions in classroom misbehaviour and bullying.


Every class provides a wide range of activities that promote emotional health and mental well-being including: The Berkeley mile, worry monsters/boxes, mindfulness activities and a calm corner.  



Well-being Resources for Parents


Live Well

This is the place to go to find over 3000 health, well-being and support services in Cheshire East:



Visyon is a mental health charity that supports local children and young people when they need it most.

Visyon offers a variety of services to promote positive mental health and wellbeing. Services include: creative and therapeutic groups, one-to-one therapy, advocacy support, support in schools, mentoring, family support and parent empower hour.

Find us at:
Like us on Facebook: /Visyonltd
Follow us on Twitter: @Visyonltd
Follow us on Instagram: @Visyonltd



MindEd for Families has online advice and information from trusted sources and will help you to understand and identify early issues and best support your child.

The site is a free resource for parents and carers concerned about the mental health of their child. It contains online guidance and information you can trust.

Many useful resource for parents can be found on the MindEd website. Follow the link below:



As a fully commissioned service from Cheshire East County Council, is a free, safe, confidential and non-stigmatised way for young people to receive counselling, advice and support on-line.


South Cheshire CLASP

South Cheshire CLASP offer Counselling; Confidential Listening; Short Courses, such as Parenting, Assertiveness, Coping with anger, Cookery & Budgeting; Lone Parent Holiday Information and more.


Positive parenting Solutions

This is a good Facebook site with FREE webinars on all aspects of wellbeing and parenting



Below are some websites that you might find helpful:-

Eating disorders

Social Media

Gender Identity

Bereavement/ loss