The wellbeing of the pupils at Costock is important to and we have taken a number of steps to ensure that the children are happy and healthy as we believe that this makes them better learners.
Emotional Literacy Support Assistant
We are keen to provide extra support for individual pupils if we can. ELSA is an initiative, which recognises that children learn better and are happier at school if both their emotional and educational needs are addressed. Mrs Holland is a fully-trained Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA) and will be working with children on emotional issues/self-esteem/managing feelings/friendship issues. Class teachers will make referrals to her and she will always seek your permission before including your child in any of the sessions. You are welcome to come and talk to her if you wish to find out more about what she does.
We are sure that this work will have a positive impact on the children’s emotional wellbeing within school.
If you’re open to growth, you tend to grow.
Praise the amount of effort the child is putting in rather than how clever they are.
We have done a lot of work with the children about Growth Mindset and you have probably heard them talking about it at home. There are displays in all the classrooms, but what is it?
Health for Kids website
This interactive website is funded and commissioned by Public Health Nottinghamshire and managed by the Youth Service. The website is aimed at young people aged 5-11 and their parents/carers. It provides information in a fun and interactive way, in order to support children and young people’s emotional and physical health and well-being.
Health for Kids is an exciting development offering clinically assured interactive content, which provides health information that is safe and from a trusted source. Children and their parents/carers as well as professionals, can browse the four health worlds which is populated with different information. You can access the website by following the link www.healthforkids.co.uk More local services can be found in the ‘Parents/Carers’ Tab.
Understanding online safety is tricky for all ages. Click on the link below for advice to help you learn about staying safe online as a family.