Wellbeing

Our school aim supports everyone’s wellbeing:

IN A HAPPY AND PURPOSEFUL FAMILY ENVIRONMENT, WHERE EVERY MEMBER OF THE SCHOOL COMMUNITY IS IMPORTANT AND ALL ARE VALUED AS INDIVIDUALS, CHEPSTOW HOUSE AIMS TO DISCOVER THE BEST IN EVERY CHILD AND CHALLENGE THEM TO GO BEYOND THEIR EXPECTATIONS.

Our ethos is to create a culture where talking about how we feel is normal and where the personal and social development of all children is supported appropriately so that they can thrive.

Wellbeing is an all encompassing topic rather than a taught lesson, although we provide specific opportunities for children to develop skills to support their wellbeing.

Opportunities include:

  • Pupil voice
  • Mental and physical activities
  • Healthy eating
  • Personal, Social, Health and Economic lessons
  • Circle time
  • Mindfulness
  • Break out spaces

Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE):  Through the PSHE curriculum children learn how to live in the wider world, develop health and wellbeing and relationship skills. We give children the opportunity to explore attitudes, values and beliefs to develop the skills and strategies to manage issues that may arise in their lives. The lessons promote resilience, courage, core values, understanding emotions and relationships, the ingredients for success, explore attitudes, values and understanding and tackling bullying.

To explore PSHE in the Early Years, Key Stage 1 and 2 along with our PSHE curriculum, please explore the links below.

EYFS Reception Curriculum

Key Stage 1 Curriculum

Key Stage 2 Curriculum

Curriculum Documents