Stanborough Primary School is committed to supporting the emotional health and wellbeing of their pupils and staff. As they near the end of their busy first spring term, they would like to acknowledge their amazing pupils for their dedication in continuing to show our school values despite the current circumstances.
School Principal Tiann Madden said, "we know that everyone experiences life challenges and sometimes, this can make us feel vulnerable and in need of additional emotional support.
With this in mind, we as a school community would like to recognise our pupils' efforts and do something special for them as their emotional health and wellbeing is a priority to us."
The school expresses thanks for the generous donation by parent governor Mr Enoch Kanagaraj and founder of One Vision. Through this, the school has been able to create 'wellbeing goody bags' for each child to say, 'Well done and thank you'. The pupils were able to open their wellbeing bags on Friday, 12 February, during their whole school treat where they were also to livestream a musical.
Mrs Madden continued, "it is our hope that our wellbeing goody bags will remind the children of just how much they are appreciated and cared for. We cannot forget the staff as they have continued to work tirelessly to ensure that our pupils have had continuity with their learning."