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Mental Health and Wellbeing


At Alder Coppice Primary School, we are committed to supporting the emotional health and wellbeing of our pupils and staff. We know that everyone experiences life challenges that can make us vulnerable and at times, anyone may need additional emotional support. Miss Regan is our Senior Mental Health lead in school. She works closely with our Headteacher, our safeguarding leads, Mrs Randall and Mrs Bown, as well as our SEND Lead Miss Rose and the rest of the staff team.



Developing mental health in children and young people is about supporting them to be self-aware enough to find wellbeing strategies that help them develop positive mental health. At Alder Coppice Primary School, we do our best to develop these strategies. This can be seen on a day to day basis with conversations between staff and pupils, our PSHE curriculum and opportunities that are threaded through our daily life in school. In addition, we provide more focused support for individuals and their specific needs.



Support and advice for Parents and Children


Here are a range of links to help find support for children and families:


This website from the NHS offers expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your child’s mental health and

wellbeing as well as the rest of the family:



The NSPCC are offering support and advice if you feel your child is struggling with their mental health and anxiety.

More information and advice can be found on

their website:

 Signs That a Child Is Suffering From Mental Health Issues | NSPCC

Child mental health: recognising and responding to issues | NSPCC Learning


Dudley have developed a website with a range of resources and information to support children and families.

Happier Minds - Mental Wellbeing For Young Persons In Dudley


Young Minds –