Wellbeing Support

Wellbeing Support for Children and Families at Regency High School


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Providing wellbeing support to pupils and families at Regency High School means the school can be more effective in teaching. Wellbeing support means providing support as soon as a possible, at any point in a child’s life, from admission in Year 7 through to age 18 or 19 when pupils leave Regency.

At Regency High School, support is provided through Wellbeing Triage. The Wellbeing and Safeguarding team meet once a week to discuss pupil concerns. This meeting is termed ‘Wellbeing Triage’:

Wellbeing Triage includes the following staff;

  • Designated Safeguarding Lead
  • Wellbeing and Behaviour team leader
  • Music Therapist
  • School Nurse

At these meetings we discuss:

  • How the child presents
  • Attendance
  • Behaviour Attitude to learning/progress
  • Friendships
  • Family issues
  • Safeguarding concerns
  • Any existing support
  • Health issues
  • Other agency involvement

The main aim of ‘Wellbeing Triage’ is to share information and prioritise support. The meeting allows staff to identify any pupils and families that would benefit from Wellbeing Support, it also allows a decision to be made on the best type of support depending on need.

Wellbeing Support can be provided for pupils at all levels of need.

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Wellbeing Support

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