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Ray Lodge Primary School

Striving for Excellence

Part of Strive4 Academy Trust

Part of Strive4 Academy Trust

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As a school, we take mental health and wellbeing very seriously and we are currently working towards a Wellbeing award, which will demonstrate how wellbeing and mental health in our pupils, staff and parents are at the forefront of our school’s vision of leading a mentally healthy school.



Wellbeing Vision Statement


At Ray Lodge Primary School, we are committed to promoting positive wellbeing of all pupils, staff and parents.  Pupils and staff have a sense of ‘belonging.’ There is an ethos of high aspiration and a relentless ‘every second counts’ culture, one that is respectful.


Children and staff are encouraged to adopt a growth mindset and to acquire strategies to become resilient. Leaders consider what is best for all children and staff when making decisions. We understand wellbeing to be a state of being comfortable, healthy and happy. We aim to ensure that mental health and well-being is “everyone’s responsibility” across the whole school community. We strive to create an environment that provides excellent mental health support, understanding and intervention.


Having Wellbeing at the heart of our school, ensures successful learning; our policies reflecting this practice.


Sinead O’Connor

Wellbeing Lead

Miss D Gorge

Family Support Worker

Works with parents that may need support with

a range of issues and provides pastoral support for

children in groups and 1-1 sessions.

Debbie Johnson


Leads on and co-ordinates personal, social

and health education in the school. Click here 

for more details on PSHE.


Tracy Crew

ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant)

Vicky Cole

ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant)

Our specialist ELSA’s  help to motivate and engage children in understanding their emotions better through one to one or group sessions.



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