and mental wellbeing for children and young people
WSA Targeted Support
Key question: How does the school ensure timely and effective identification of students who would benefit from targeted support and ensure appropriate referral to support services?
- Graduated response
- Staff aware of how they can raise concerns about a pupil
- Support in school
- Referral pathways
- Partnership working
- Effective communication with external services
- Awareness of the THRIVE needs-led framework used to deliver mental health services.
Six Litmus Tests (Pooky Knightsmith)
(4) We Recognise and Support Our Most Vulnerable Learners
Learners can be vulnerable for a whole range of reasons, I invite you to think about how you can recognise and support vulnerable learners in every shape and form. Sometimes it’s the students you least expect who most need some additional support.
Prompts and Resources
Wellbeing Series with Dr Lynette Rentoul
These guides have been written to support schools in C&IOS. During Spring / Summer 2022 Lynette will be delivering a series of webinars based on these guidance documents. (Click here to book)
Recordings / slides from the sessions will be available to view on the Wellbeing Hub
- Managing Self Harm Guidance and Toolkit for Schools - Dr Lynette Rentoul (pdf)
- Managing Eating Problems Guidance and Toolkit- Dr Lynette Rentoul (pdf)
- Managing Anxiety Problems Practical Guidance for Schools - Dr Lynette Rentoul (pdf)
- Promoting resilience and prosocial development in children and young people - Dr Lynette Rentoul (pdf)
One Page Profiles / pupil passports
Page last updated: 8 April 2022