Wellbeing in schools

Information on wellbeing in schools.

Services and information

Educational Psychology Service

Educational Psychology helps us and others to understand how children develop and learn as well as how they may think, feel and behave.

Managing Pupils Healthcare Needs

The managing pupils healthcare needs policy is a statutory policy for schools to support pupils with healthcare needs and ensure minimal disruption to their education.

Anti-bullying

Anti-bullying resources and support for schools

English as an Additional Language

The English as an Additional Language (EAL) Service provide support to minority ethnic pupils in Denbighshire and Conwy whose first language is other than English or Welsh.

Healthy Schools Scheme

A ‘Healthy School’ actively promotes, protects and embeds the physical, mental and social health and well-being of its community through positive action.

Self-Harm Pathway

A joint agency pathway has been developed to provide a safe and supported response to helping young people who self-harm and first come to the attention of staff in school settings.

Social Networking Guidance

Social networking is a platform to build social networks or social relations among people who share interests, activities, backgrounds or real-life connections.

Young Person's counselling 

The Counselling Service gives young people the opportunity to talk to an independent counsellor about any social and emotional issues they may have.

Critical incidents

Emergencies and critical incidents, although infrequent, can cause disruption to the school day and require immediate action.