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Well Being


Promoting Mental Health and Well being

At Mowbray School we aim to promote the Mental Health and Well Being of all our pupils, staff, and parents/carers.

We strive to ensure that within the Mowbray school community every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to the wider community.

Through our induction, curriculum, training and provision, we aim to equip the pupils, staff (including Governors) and parents/carers with the learning environment and skills they need in order to be able to keep safe, happy and healthy in mind and body.


Mental Health and Well being Lead

Karen Pickles

Mental Health and Well being Lead,

PSE Curriculum and SEMH

Tina Masterman

Compass Buzz Emotional Coaching Champions

Nicola Taylor

Mel Twigg

Kay Moore

Kelly Scott

Mhairi Williams



Emotional Coaches – Trauma and Recovery.

Offering support to pupils who are raising concerns or to offer advice and support to staff.


Karen Pickles

Tina Masterman

Emma Bowes

Janet Goodwin

Pauline Crawford

Lindsey Woods

Katie Oliver,

Sharon O‘Rouke

Sue Smith

Angie Staple

Tracey Cunningham


Emotional First Aid Trainers

Sharon O’Rourke and Katie Oliver


Staff Well being Governor

Fiona Pearman



Please see our blog post with regards to recent press coverage about our award:

School has been given a Well Being Award

Here some great resources from the Education Support Partnership:


Here are a selection of our favourites:

How to keep your energy high & your focus sharp

Work – Life Balance Test

Stress Test

Time Management and Well-Being at Work

Responding to Inappropriate Behaviour

Seven Distinct Types of People