Behaviour & wellbeing
Behaviour, wellbeing & pastoral care
These pages contain advice, guidance template letters and much more around pupil wellbeing, welfare and behaviour issues.
The Family Support Service is there for the whole family, not just children but for parents and young people too.
Families are able to refer themselves to the service or may be supported by a school, health or other professional who will make a referral on their behalf.
This Buckinghamshire guidance document sets out how the LA will arrange suitable education for Buckinghamshire resident children who cannot attend school because of their health needs.
Following an increase in exclusions in which weapons have been a contributory factor, and a number of high profile national incidents, a task and finish group was called to establish how schools could be supported to respond to this changing and unpredictable situation.
It was felt that the most effective means would be to compile a range of resources from which schools can choose and/or adapt to suit their individual circumstances. They have been sourced from a variety of places and are not accredited.
Public Health is the science and practice of preventing disease and ill health, and prolonging and promoting good health and wellbeing.
Promoting the health and wellbeing of children and young people is extremely important in order to provide them with a good start in life, equipping them with the resilience and skills they need to flourish.
Guidance and Support Materials to provide schools on good practice issues related to managing the support of pupils who are pregnant, and those needing to prepare for teenage parenthood.