“In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity.”

– Albert Einstein

At Moorhill, we are passionate about ensuring our school community are supported when it comes to their Well-Being and Mental Health.

Mrs. W. Andrews and Mrs. S. Sindrey have both trained as Mental Health Lead Professionals.

Mrs. Andrews is our Mental Health First Aid Trainer.

Recent actions have been:

  1. Committing to develop pupil voice, for example in developing our curriculum and through class learning forums.
  2. Increasing our pastoral team, to further develop our capacity for mental health and well-being support.
  3. Established links with Cannock Mental Health and Support Services.
  4. Extensive training for all staff including training around attachment aware and trauma informed schools, and online training to support the mental health and well-being of all pupils and staff.
  5. Further specialist training in Emotion Coaching and Emotional Literacy.

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