Mental Health and Well-Being

Our mental health and well-being leader is Wendy Roberts.  You can contact her via the school office or by emailing 

Welcome to the wellbeing page for parents  

 We are all becoming more aware of the impact of childrens’ emotional well-being on their attendance and achievement at school. It’s very important for everyone working at Anns Grove to support children and adults when they face challenges in their lives and we have access to training and resources to help us to help you and your child.

Our vision is to be a mentally healthy school with a whole-school approach to mental health and wellbeing. We are a school that helps children flourish, learn and succeed by providing opportunities for them, and the adults around them, to develop the strengths and coping skills that underpin resilience. We see positive mental health and wellbeing as fundamental to our values and culture. Mental health and wellbeing is seen as ‘everybody’s business’ at Anns Grove.

Our school community is one where children can enjoy a welcoming, secure, happy and healthy environment, where everyone in our community can develop self-confidence, self-esteem, self motivation, independence, compassion, tolerance and understanding of others. We know that everyone will experience life challenges that can make us vulnerable and at these times anyone may need additional emotional support.  We aim to step in and provide additional support and nurture where we see increased need.

Please click on this link to see our health and well being policy.

We promote mental health and well-being through:-

Promoting our school values and building a strong sense of belonging to our school community

Listening to pupil voice and providing opportunities for children to be involved in decision-making

Celebrating the achievements of everyone in our community

Developing a sense of self- worth by taking responsibility for ourselves and others

Ensuring access to support and additional services that meet needs

Specific teaching through our PSHE curriculum and assemblies


Mental health and well-being concerns for your child

If you have concerns about your child you are welcome to discuss this with the Head teacher, Mrs Fearnehough, the Learning mentor, Mrs Roberts, Mrs Needham the SENCo or your child’s class teacher.   

Below are additional contacts you may find useful:

Mental health and well-being concerns for yourself

If you have a mental health or well-being concern for yourself you can also contact us in school. We can help by listening and signposting you to further support and other agencies in Sheffield.

Below are additional contacts you may find useful:


 Advice for parents regarding getting enough sleep for school.


Please click here to view the information.


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