The wellbeing of our Marton family and community is of utmost importance and we are here to provide that support. In this area of our website we have information about things we do in school, things you can do at home and links to other websites and resources offering support. Follow the links in the purple box on the left of this page. We hope you find it useful – please do get in touch as we love hearing from you!
For more information about our approach at Marton, please see our mental health and well-being policy on the policies page of our website.
Our Senior Mental Health Lead is Mrs Lucy Wilson.
If you’d like to get in touch with anything relating to wellbeing please email email@example.com in the first instance and we will get back to you.
We work closely with Swans CIC to support children in need of additional support.
We have several policies which help to support the work we do in school – relationships policy, mental health and well-being policy and RSHE policy.
Click below to find out more about our Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA) support and intervention.
Updates - Autumn 2022
- Visyon have a number of free-to-view webinars available to download and watch on their website on a variety of mental health topics including managing big emotions, family communication and sleep. Click here to see the full list of what is available.
- The Marton Community Pantry has been launched and is available for donations and collections. Anybody in our school community is welcome to help themselves to items from the pantry. We understand that many people are experiencing financial difficulties at the moment, so please do help yourselves; we hope that this may ease some of the burden of food bills for our Marton families. Please give what you can and take what you need.
- Laura Christian, a Yoga Alliance trained teacher, will begin weekly Yoga sessions in the week beginning 3rd October to support the emotional and physical development of pupils across the school.
- We have launched our new well-being focused newsletter - Marton Minds. Click here to view the first issue.