Healthy Eating and Healthy Lifestyles
Our Statement for Healthy Eating and Healthy Lifestyles at Sawtry Infant School
At Sawtry Infant School we pride ourselves in offering quality educational provision where children are happy and safe learners.
As a school community we understand the importance of healthy eating and a healthy lifestyle. By working in partnership with the Healthy Schools Team for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough as well as the Food Smart team we have set up a variety of workshops and initiatives such as learning about what a healthy packed lunch looks like and how we can support children and staff with their mental health and wellbeing.
Mental Health and Wellbeing at Sawtry Infant School
At Sawtry Infant School we aim to ensure that our children become healthy, positive and responsible members of our community. Our teaching staff agree that we are aiming for the same endpoint - we want our children to be able to know and value who they truly are and understand how they relate to each other in this ever-changing world. Our whole school ethos allows all children to develop and thrive in their learning and social development.
Our Senior Mental Health Leader in school is our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Lead, Mrs Jo Dyke. Mrs Dyke is responsible for the auditing and delivery of the mental health and wellbeing provision of the school community (children, parents and staff), alongside the school governors.
Mental Health and Wellbeing Policy
Resources for Parents
Fortunately there are many resources out there to support children and adults with their mental health. Please find attached a range of resources which may help you.