Wellbeing Awards

 

Congratulations to Monks Coppenhall Academy and Day Nursery!

We have been accredited with The AcSEED Award. 

  

   

 

Charlotte Gatherer, founder of The AcSEED Initiative said, "AcSEED promotes adoption of best practices in supporting the emotional wellbeing and mental health of young people in schools and colleges, and provides recognition for organisations that satisfy the AcSEED criteria for wellbeing support. The AcSEED assessment team were impressed by the wellbeing ethos at Monks Coppenhall Academy, and by the comprehensive range of emotional wellbeing provisions available to their pupils. We are therefore delighted to announce that Monks Coppenhall Academy has been accredited with The AcSEED Award".

About AcSEED

The AcSEED Initiative is a charitable organization exclusively focused on promoting the need for high quality emotional wellbeing and mental health support in UK schools and colleges, and provides recognition through The AcSEED Award to those organisations that can demonstrate their commitment to such support. Founded by young people with lived experience of wellbeing challenges at school, the wellbeing framework defined by AcSEED encourages a whole school approach to emotional development and mental health support.

 

Wellbeing Award for Schools

After collating the information from the parent/carer evaluation that was sent out in May 2018, we looked at  how each of the areas scored (green, amber or red). This provided a summary of how well you viewed Monks Coppenhall Academy and Day Nursery to be doing in each of the Wellbeing Award themes. 

Please see the analysis below from the parent/carer evaluations.

Providing information about the award - greensmiley

Ensuring emotional wellbeing and mental health is seen as the repsonsiblilty of all - green

Developing a culture that views mental health positively - green 

Understanding my role in promoting emotional wellbeing and mental health - green

Encouraging people to talk about mnetal health - green

Engaging the whole-school community in emotional wellbeing and mental health - yellow

Understanding the importance of emotional wellbeing and mental health - green. 

The outcomes that we have focussed on in our action plan for emotional wellbeing and mental health are set out below.

 

Objectives Actions 

A range of raising awareness activities will ensure that all stakeholders are fully aware of the range of quality wellbeing and mental health activities, provisions, interventions and support available within and outside of the Academy for parents/carers, staff and children.

“Drop in service” for parents/carers

Wellbeing sessions for children/parents/carers

Newsletter updates

Tweets to keep parents/carers updated. 

Website - Calming Cove and Wellbeing Awards links

Outside Information Board, leaflet stand inside the Reception and Academy leaflet to be produced, signposting external agencies that are available. 

Poster that highlights everything that Monks Coppenhall provides to support emotional wellbeing and mental health. 

Amaven - develop links with parents/carers

1 2 3 Magic 

Anti-Bullying Week

Mental Health Week

The views of parents/carers will be sought and listened to and will contribute to the vision and strategy of emotional wellbeing and mental health. 

Questionnaire to parents/carers seeking out views on the Academy approach to emotional wellbeing and mental health.

 

Worry box/ideas/Wellbeing Wishes box.

 

Parent voice sought after workshops to inform future planning