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Review & Celebrate

how the provision is meeting the pupils’ needs, identifying the next steps and celebrating successes.

Provision for any one pupil could take a range of forms: it may be universal, class room based, one to one, ongoing, time limited, intensive, involving many professionals and agencies – no one size fits all. Whatever the approach, it is easier to measure its effectiveness when we are clear about what we want to achieve and have developed some clearly defined success criteria by which to measure it.

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   Derby is the first City to have a Mental Health leader in every School

The Emotionally Healthy Schools programme, which was led by Redwood Primary School in Sinfin and funded by the Derby Opportunity Area, was launched to create a Mental Health Local Offer that brings all sources of support and information into one place for schools. Speaking about the pr...Read more

   External Agency Support

Click below to check out our repository of useful links, contacts, and organisations that ...Read more

   Final Project Report

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   Get your pupils involved in the National Thank a Teacher Day celebrations!

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   Wear it Green Day – Thursday 16th May

Join us for Wear It Green Day on Thursday 16 May during Mental Health Awareness Week (13-19 May) – and let’s turn the world green for good mental health! If you can’t take part on this day, don’t worry, you can hold your Wear it Green Day at any time of the year. ...Read more