Wellbeing and Emotional Support Team

Meeting the individual emotional needs of your child

St Philip’s School is committed to providing our pupils with a safe school environment which will nurture their holistic development.

The wellbeing of our students is paramount for St Philip’s School. The support and interventions identified in this leaflet reflect our commitment to promoting the well-being of each of our pupils. We recognise and value a multi-agency approach to supporting and protecting our students.

Support and Interventions:

Drama Therapy

Play Therapy

Referral to out of school activities

Emotional Support

Keeping Safe

Family Support


Anger Management

Relationship guidance

Emotional wellbeing assessment

When considering any intervention, the student and their needs are at the centre of any support put in place.

If we cannot offer the support your child needs we will refer them, to other agencies to assist, for example CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) or Social Care

As a Parent, how can you help?

By informing the team or your child’s class tutor if there are any issues that may be affecting your child’s wellbeing.

Contact: Debbie Battle, Team Leader

Sean Henn, Student Support Worker

Tel: 020 8397 2672

Email: office@stphilips.rbksch.org

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

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