Epping Primary School

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Wellbeing Award

Wellbeing Award Full Report

"Epping Primary School is an outstanding school in terms of Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health (EWMH). EWMH permeates everything they do at Epping primary school.  Staff, parents, the governor and pupils  all praised the school and the ways in which it supports positive EWMH of everyone and has systems in place when individuals need help with their EWMH."

National Children's Bureau Wellbeing Assessor - November 2020

This says it all really - for the full report please click below

Wellbeing Award - Full Report

And for more on how we were assessed....

Great News!

We are delighted to say we have now been awarded this national Wellbeing Award for our school.

This award will further underpin our school value linked to well -being, the aim is “ For the health, wellbeing and safety of staff and pupils to be paramount.”

This award has been developed with the National Children’s Bureau and focuses on the importance of developing a healthy emotional well- being and mental health for both pupils and staff.

February 2021

As part of Children's Mental Health Week we held a week exploring ways we can express ourselves

Pupils at home and in school took part in a range of activities and created some fantastic work.  Find out more here....

October 2020 - Wellbeing Days

We all had a wonderful two days for Wellbeing Week on the 8th and 9th October.  Pupils took part in a huge range of activitiesFind out more here...

February 2020 - Wellbeing Week

After the huge success last term of our wellbeing day to mark World Mental Health Day we did it again in February.  Our theme this week was Being Brave.  Find out more about what we did here...

October 2019 - World Mental Health Day

As part of our work towards this award we had a wonderful day celebrating World Mental Health Day on Thursday 10th October with a special day of wellbeing for all our pupils.

Flyer and Factsheet

Following the recent parent/carer wellbeing questionnaire a number of questions have arisen.  We hope the flyer and factsheet below will help answer these questions and explain a bit more about the Wellbeing Award and why we are working towards achieving it.


Parent/Carer and Pupil Evaluation Surveys

In order to make sure that we improve the support we offer, we wanted to understand how well we are currently supporting the emotional wellbeing of our pupils. For this reason, we invited pupils at our school to complete an anonymous survey.

Year 2 to Year 6 accessed an online survey. Year F and Year 1 pupils did the survey in small groups through discussion. Therefore they did not complete the online survey, however we still felt it was important to collect their thoughts and viewpoints.

In order to prepare our action plan at the start of our journey, we also asked the parents to complete an evaluation survey to provide us with greater context of the wider picture.

Parent Evaluation Survey

Thank you so much to everyone who completed the recent Parent Evaluation Survey, 

Your responses will be vital for preparing our action plan; once this has been has been created we will share this with you.

Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service Newsletter - April 2019

April is National Stress Awareness Month and in response ECFWS are focusing their campaign in April on stress, which can affect an adult's or child’s emotional, mental and physical wellbeing. Fortunately, there are lots of useful lifestyle strategies that can be tried to help reduce daily stress.

For some great tips and strategies please read their latest newsletter.

ECFWS Newsletter - Stress and how to reduce it.

Dealing with Anxiety 

For more information on how to deal with anxiety in children and young people please have a read of this insightful and helpful leaflet from Dragonfly Impact Education.

Anxiety Information Booklet