We support Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) and while prioritising mental health is more than just a week; it really is all year round and for the rest of your life, MHAW is a great way to kick-start the conversation again.
Your mental health is a number one priority, it’s as important as your physical health, which is why, here at TPA, we have Lynne Holden and Hannah Fenner on hand to support and talk anything through. Mrs Lynne Holden and Miss Hannah Fenner are two highly regarded members of our team. Their roles encompass the Mental Health Lead and Safeguarding Leads for the school and work alongside our Wellbeing Ambassador, Mark Denman.
Mrs Lynne Holden – In the SEN office room 17 /on patrol/on duty in the mornings.
Miss Hannah Fenner – In the safeguarding office room 28/on duty during lunch.
All staff are available for parents to discuss any concerns that they may have involving their children.
Mental health to us is your emotional, psychological and social well being. It is knowing that there are going to be days when things do not go well and that it also ok.
It is extremely important that schools are aware of mental health, this is to ensure that we are equipped to support pupils, parents and staff.
Our school offers the below;
-Signposting to parenting service
-School Nursing Service
-Various therapies such as Music, Lego and Art