#559 “SWERL” Supporting Wellbeing, Emotional Resilience and Learning – Gusford Primary School
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What did we do?
Our implementation of the SWERL approach.
How can we empower staff to enable trusting relationships to form with pupils & each other? How can we increase adults confidence and self-worth and create a whole school approach to promoting positive mental health for all?
How can we empower pupils to build trusting relationships with staff & each other, increase children’s self-esteem and confidence and create a whole school approach to promoting positive mental health for all?
Pupil well-being survey.
Environmental / social factors.
Difficulties sleeping and controlling negative emotions.
The Pastoral Care Manager and myself went on a Thrive awareness course, one of the hour-long sessions, and came away convinced that was what we needed at Morland CEVC Primary School.
It evolved from a wider issue concerning attainment and barriers to learning.
SWIM (Support With Individuals' Mental Health) - Westbourne Academy
At Westbourne, we had just created our own internal Mental Health Strategy called SWIM (Support With Individuals' Mental Health) where we had three waves of Intervention:
Wave One is our universal offer including assemblies and delivery of lessons through our PSHE curriculum.
"SWERL" Supporting Wellbeing, Emotional Resilience and Learning - Ipswich Academy
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