Mental, physical and emotional well being
Mental, physical and emotional well-being
In recognising the development of the whole child, the pastoral support given to children so they can access the curriculum is strong. Nurture sits at heart of our school, this allows vulnerable children to access their learning and curriculum entitlement. The school has various systems that support the emotional and mental well-being of children and provides signposting to their parents.
The wellbeing agenda is at the heart of Woodlands Infant and Nursery School’s curriculum. Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding. The curriculum aims for pupils to be spiritually open, morally brave, socially confident and culturally welcoming. We foster in our pupils the ability to empathise with the feelings and actions of others, beginning to see the points of views and beliefs of others. Particularly in RE and RSHE, they show a keen interest in fairness and equality. They develop the ability to question and challenge. The school embraces every opportunity to nurture moral strength and encourage children to not only recognise what the right thing is but also practise this.