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Mental Health and Well-Being

Named Senior Mental Health Lead: Ms Caroline Jones 

Our Approach to Well-Being and Positive Mental Health

World's End Infant and Nursery School promotes positive mental health for every member of our school community; this includes: staff, children and our families. The mental and physical well-being is paramount. This section of our website will outline our approach to well-being in our school, provide links to outside agencies and charities and provide information linked to any upcoming events! 

We are a Thrive School! 

We have licensed practitioners who are able to implement 'Thrive' strategies which focus on the social and emotional development of our children. More information about Thrive can be found below... 

World Mental Health Day - 10th October 2023


Today is World Mental Health Day and I wanted to highlight the following resource to you:


The website explores 'little BIG things for your mental health.' There are suggested 'tweaks' we can do each day to lift our moods and to ease anxiety. There are links to the following resources: 'Your Mind Plan Quiz,' 'Sign up for Anxiety Easing Emails' and 'Sleep Tips.' 


If you feel that you need any additional support, please do reach out to the Pastoral Team here at World's End Infant and Nursery School.

Children's Mental Health Week (6th-12th February 2023) saw our children celebrate with a 'Dress to Express' day. Our week included lots of fantastic activities to raise the profile of taking care of our mental health, with a focus on 'connection.' The week culminated with a fund-raising day where the children could come dressed however and as whoever they wanted to! The money raised will be allocated to a well-being day for all children to participate in later in the school year. A BIG thank you to all donations and for making 'Dress to Express' such a success!

' Mental health is a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his own community.'


(World Health Organisation)


1st-7th February 2021 marks 'Children's Mental Health Week.' 


This is an initiative driven by a leading charity, Place2Be. This is an awareness raising week that has been in place since 2015. Some of you may have seen the Duchess of Cambridge kick-start the week with a video message highlighting the importance of the charity’s message. 


The theme of this week is ‘Express Yourself.’ It is linked to the importance of: sharing feelings, thoughts and ideas through creativity: art, music, writing and poetry and dance and drama, photography and film. There is more information about this theme on their website: 

At World's End Infant and Nursery School, we aim to promote positive mental well-being for all of our pupils, staff, families and the community.   


As well as promoting positive mental well-being, we aim to recognise and respond to poor mental ill health. We aim to create and promote a safe and stable environment for pupils affected both directly and indirectly by mental ill health, or signpost individuals to organisations for support.


Supporting Families

Parents are encouraged to come in to school to speak with us if they are worried about anything. Ms Jones, our Deputy Head teacher, DSL and SMHL and Zoe Lynch, a Family Support Worker, are available to meet with you to talk through your concerns. We are also able to direct parents to agencies and different sources of support. 


We have signposted information below to highlight where parents might want to access in times of trouble. 


Forward Thinking Birmingham is a mental health partnership which is a fantastic place to start when looking for advice. It is a site that is specifically for 0-25 year olds. 



There are fantastic resources for parents and carers to access through this NHS funded campaign. There is a combination of reading resources and practical activities to help with the following: anxiety, low mood, anger and frustration and self-care. 

There is a section which helps to identify signs of depression in young children and where to go for advice.
Advice around anxiety in children is also available. 
Dealing with anger in young children.
Helping a child deal with bereavement.