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Welcome to Our School
"Where every child has the chance to shine"

Winning our way to wellbeing!

Mrs Collin

Mental Health Champion



I took on the role of Mental Health Champion as I have a genuine interest in mental well being. I want the children and staff of Ashlands to be able to openly talk about how they are feeling and to be confident to ask for help if
they need it.

Adopting strategies and practices that seek to improve pupil health and wellbeing offers important benefits for whole school effectiveness as well as for pupils.

By clicking on the below image you can navigate your way through a presentation to find out about the healthy mind platter and zones of regulation and ways to promote a healthy mind .

Mental Health Week  3rd-9th February
‘Find your Brave’

In February children tested their bravery with the
Leap of Faith or Ermuntrude ride. 





Mental Health Awareness Week was 18th—24th May


The weeks theme was ‘kindness ‘ and the children were
given the challenge of creating a kindness calendar or cup
and partaking in acts of kindness. 

One of our pupils created a kindness calendar including making biscuits for others and helping her parents with chores as her acts of kindness


Keeping mum company on a walk even when it's wet and windy and practising cricket together. 

 Some children dropped letters into all their neighbours, letting them know they were there if they needed help.  

 Big sister comforting little brother when he was upset by reading him a story.

Creating a picture for his grandma, to brighten up her window and cheer her up 

Creating kindness cups and positive messages for people who pass by.