Keeping Healthy & Safe
At Ryhill Junior, Infant and Nursery School, we are committed to supporting the emotional health and wellbeing of our school community, including pupils, staff and parents.
As a school, we recognise that there has never been a more crucial time to ensure that pupils receive the right mental health and wellbeing support and such this will be at the forefront of our plans during our transition back to school this autumn. In order to ensure all of our pupils are able to reach their full potential academically and personally, we will be completing additional work in class and around school on mental health and wellbeing, including emotional literacy and awareness, healthy sleep and eating, mindfulness and relaxation and dealing with loss – alongside our wider curriculum areas such as PSHE and science.
As a starting point, this page will help to signpost websites, information resources and additional support and help should you or your child(ren) need it.
Meet our Mental Health First Aiders
An online resource for children and young people in Wakefield to find information and advice, plus self-help tips.
Children’s Sleep Charity
For any further support, advice or information, please get in touch with Mrs Kenyon via the school office or Class Dojo.