- Accessibility policy
- Admissions policy
- Appraisal policy
- Behaviour & discipline policy
- Charging & remissions policy
- Child protection policy
- Complaints procedure
- Emotional health & wellbeing policy
- English as an additional language policy
- EYFS policy
- Freedom of information policy
- GDPR and data protection policy
- Health & Safety policy
- Home school agreement
- Personal data breach procedure
- Privacy notice
- SEND policy
- Sex & Relationships policy
Updated Spring 2019
Approved by governors Summer 2019
To be reviewed Summer 2021
Our school code of conduct is:
“Try, Grow, Achieve”
Philosophy / Rationale
Our aim is that all pupils at Temple Grove Academy are provided with an education appropriate to their needs and one which extends and develops their emotional health and well-being as part of the school’s provision for PSHE and Citizenship and contributes to raising standards.
KNOWN FACTS: The emotional & mental health of children impacts significantly on their lives, relationships and education, yet mental health problems amongst children are widespread.
FACT: 10% of children between 5–15, have a mental disorder of some kind and they cannot even begin to learn effectively. DCSF 2007
FACT: In real terms this means 2,380 of Suttons’ children and young people.
FACT: 1 in 3 young people are affected by depression. Attempted suicide amongst young people increased by 50% since 1990. MSW Health 2000
Principles and Purpose
1. Skills – which are to be achieved in Emotional Health and Well-being Education
- Has empathy
- Is socially aware
- Is happy
- Is confident
- Is emotionally stable and shows good self-control
2. Concepts – which are to be achieved in Emotional Health and Well-being Education
- Being an effective and successful learner.
- Making and sustaining friendships.
- Dealing with and resolving conflict fairly.
- Recovering from setbacks and persisting in the face of difficulties.
- Working and playing co-operatively.
- Recognising and standing up for your rights and the rights of others.
- Raise standards of achievement by pupils who are more secure, motivated, confident and independent learners.
- Teachers and other school staff can reinforce positive emotional health and well-being such as; tolerance, respect, empathy and self-awareness.
- The school’s culture and environment supports the provision for Emotional Health and Well-being Education.
3. Knowledge – which is to be achieved in Emotional Health and Well-being Education
- Being able to solve problems with others and alone.
- Managing strong feelings such as frustration, anger and anxiety.
- Understanding and valuing the differences between people and respecting the right of others to have beliefs and values different from your own.
4. Attitudes – which are to be achieved in Emotional Health and Wellbeing Education
- To develop a positive attitude towards themselves, their peers and the wider school community
- To promote a positive attitude towards success
- Value and respect oneself and others
- Competing fairly and losing with dignity and respect competitors.
The policy will be reflected in practice through the regular review of the associated schemes of work, PSHE and Citizenship and underpinned by the identified needs of pupils, staff and the wider community.
The PSHE & Citizenship co-ordinator to continue to monitor this policy in conjunction with related policies to ensure procedures laid down are reflected in practice. This will be discussed at regular intervals with head teacher and SMT, including the addition of any related new legislation.
The Governors’ Curriculum Sub-Committee will ensure that this review process has taken place and any revisions ratified by this committee.
This policy, which can be part of the schools’ Behaviour Policy, will run in conjunction with the following policies; PSHE & Citizenship, Sex and Relationships, Drug education, Child Protection, SEN, Equal Opportunities, Race Equality.