The Welfare Team support pupils with physical, emotional and behavioural needs from across the school so that everyone is calm, collected and in control.
Mrs Bovingdon - Pastoral Officer
The Pastoral Officer provides pupils with support and guidance to help them overcome any social and emotional difficulties that affect their learning and school experience. The Pastoral Officer is also ELSA trained.
We are pleased of our schools commitment to the Mental Health of all involved in the Ryvers family, pupils, parents and staff.
Mental Health Parent Guide
CEOP Parent Zone
We have a group of children who take an interest in health and wellbeing and want to help their peers develop a healthier lifestyle. Our Mental Health Champion‘s will work with our Pastoral Services and Mental Health Support Team to develop skills to deliver positive health messages. These children will then provide peer support through demonstrating and promoting the 5 ways to wellbeing.
At Ryvers we understand it is a challenging time for all. It is it is vital to focus on the mental well-being of all in your family. Please find some links below with some helpful tips on maintaining good mental health. You will also find some guidance on ensuring your children are safe when using YouTube and other streaming websites. Further guidance can be found in the e-safety section on our website.
Supporting Children's Mental Wellbeing during Covid-19
CHILDLINE - Information and reassurance for children and young people about Covid-19
Supporting Children's Mental Wellbeing during Covid-19 - NSPCC - Advice for parents and carers about how to help if their child is anxious or worried about Coronavirus
Remote Learning & Online Safety during Covid-19
Video guide for parents for You Tube and how to use parental controls and filters
Anxiety Guide for Parents
Ryvers School is dedicated in providing tailored support to you and your family. If you would like our support, please call us and a member of our Pastoral team will be in contact with you.