The Wellbeing Advisory Board, set up in 2020, provides strategic direction and leadership to ensure the mental health and wellbeing of the St Michael’s community is considered a high priority. The board is made up of representatives of our whole school community, including, staff, students, parents, and a linked mental health and wellbeing governor.
The vision of the wellbeing advisory board is to reflect on current practices and consult as a collective, to implement further high-quality; evidence-based provision. We develop ideas and new innovative initiatives to support and enrich our mental health and wellbeing offer.
Throughout the process, the wellbeing advisory board ensures that all strategies consider our core aim, which is to instil values of mercy, integrity, courage and compassion, humility, achievement, leadership, and service, all bound within a spirit of Christian love and action.
The Wellbeing Advisory Board focuses on:
- collective consultation to include staff, students, parents and where appropriate service led partnerships
- challenging the stigma surrounding mental health with an understanding that wellbeing is a cultural issue and should not be treated as an ‘extra’ responsibility
- embracing systemic change through planning and processes that can have an impact at multiple levels
If you want more information about our wellbeing advisory board, please contact Kerry Whitehouse.