Here is some startling information:
Currently, 1 in 10 pupils in any class are likely to have a clinical disorder that needs additional help from an external source
12 pupils in a class of 30 pupils are likely to have vulnerable mental health that needs support from within the school
poverty is the biggest contributing factor to poor mental wellness?
What does this mean for your school and your catchment area?
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You are in a good place to build on your current provision for pupils with emotional and learning vulnerability. You probably have good pastoral arrangements and EHWB provision - maybe even a nurture group.
Mental Health, however, is about neuro-diversity. It is about teaching to overcome the anxiety and lack of ‘bounce-back’ that are the result of incoherent early years.
What arrangements do you have for overcoming limited learning patterns so that the middle group make attainment target progress?
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You are in a very good place to build on your current provision for pupils with emotional and learning vulnerability. You probably have all the structures and systems to take your school towards excellence. Congratulations!
If you would like your school to go to the next level, you may need to move your focus from emotional well-being to neuro-diversity. This is where your school values, mental wealth and building community come together.
Mental Health vulnerability is an Inclusion issue. As educators, we can make a difference and create legacy for our children’s children.
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