Kingsway Primary School

Kingsway Primary School

Mental Health Awareness

Every term we produce a mental health newsletter to update parents, school staff and our whole school community about what we are doing to support children's mental health.

The most recent newsletter is shown below and can be viewed in a new window by clicking here.

well being newsletter 7 aut 23.pdf

Previous editions of our newsletter can be viewed can be viewed below:

Well-Being Newsletter Issue 1

Well-Being Newsletter Issue 2

Well-Being Newsletter Issue 3

Well-Being Newsletter Issue 4

Well-being Newsletter Issue 6

Well-Being Newsletter Issue 7

Now more than ever, we will be focusing on mental health at Kingsway Primary School. We believe that mental health and wellbeing should be at the heart of the school. We have a holistic approach to mental health/wellbeing ensuring it is the ‘golden thread’ that runs throughout everything we do, We therefore aim for well-being to be evident in all areas of school life. This will be achieved  through support for children, staff and parents/carers, raised awareness of mental health and normalising discussions about mental health and wellbeing.

Kingsway Primary School follows the ‘5 Ways to Wellbeing’ (see below) as research suggests that if we follow these 5 ways, our wellbeing can be improved.

A poster describing the five ways to well-being which are: connect, be active, give, take notice and keep learning


You can find out more about the "Five Ways" by clicking on the images below (please note that the school is not responsible for the content of external websites).

mindkit logo which is a link to the mindkit website                                        mind logo which is a link to the mind website

Please use the left-hand-side sub-menu to access pages with specific information regarding well-being resources for children and adults as well as those specifically related to Covid-19.

Children at Kingsway talk and learn about mental health across the curriculum. 6MW created emotional art following the full re-opening of schools in March 2021.