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At New Road Primary School, we feel that the wellbeing and happiness of our pupils is very important.


  • At the beginning of every PSHE lesson, we all have a quick reminder of a strategy to help us keep calm and happy.
  • Every class has a Reflection folder which contains activities to help us remain in the Green Zone .We have regular discussions and reminders about this.

Learning Zones- We have this poster in our classrooms and around school
 (find more information on Learning Zones by clicking on the link to the right of this page)

In our Main Hall, there is a mental health and well being display which is updated termly with materials supplied by the Fenland Mental Health Team.

The children are encouraged to look at the display as they move around the school.

There is also a Staff well being board within our staffroom with information for staff.

Our Well being Team

Within school we have staff who have received different training.

Our Senior Mental Health leads:      Mrs R Bains
                                                                     Mrs F Light-Rudland                                                     

Our ELSA (Emotional Learning Support Assistants):
                                                                     Mrs S Standbridge
                                                                     Mrs J Jarvis

Our well being team meet with pupils to support their needs, discuss issues with parents and refer on for extra support if necessary.

Our school has close links with The Fenland Mental Health Support Team and they often come into school to offer support to children and/or groups that have been identified.

Once a term, a member of the support team comes into school to meet with the Mental Health Leads to discuss concerns and training.

Please look out for emails about this!



Every February, we raise awareness of Children’s mental health during Children’s Mental Health week.

The children will take part in activities in the classroom and assemblies to rasie awareness.

Wellbeing: suggested websites for support for parents