At Jeavons Wood our children are valued as individuals. We strive to support the general wellbeing of the children by helping them to become emotionally and mentally resilient. We understand the importance of children's wellbeing and good mental health and the impact this can have on the ability to learn.
Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) is one of the four Broad Areas of Special Needs and we have provision in place to meet the needs of children with difficulties in this area. For example, interventions such as SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning), There's a Volcano in My Tummy and Lego Therapy.
Mrs Lisa Hubbard is our Inclusion and Family Worker; she often provides emotional support for the children (regardless of if they have a special need or not). She has excellent links with outside agencies who can support children and their families.