Orchard Mead Academy recognised for its commitment to supporting staff and pupils’ mental health and wellbeing
Orchard Mead Academy has now achieved National Mental Health & Wellbeing Accreditation
Orchard Mead Academy has successfully completed a comprehensive mental health and wellbeing training programme demonstrating its commitment to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of staff and pupils in line with DfE guidance and best practice.
The secondary school has received a National Mental Health & Wellbeing Accreditation for successfully engaging the whole school in building a culture where mental health and wellbeing is placed at the heart of decision making
The National College is the streaming home for high-quality professional development for schools, providing everything schools need to strengthen, manage and evidence their professional development in one place, on one platform.
They respond to the latest changes in education and work closely with their members to deliver the most up-to-date library of webinars and courses for all roles, across all settings, underpinned by robust evidence and expertise.
Joe Stoney, co-founder of The National College, said: “Congratulations to everyone at Orchard Mead Academy on achieving their National Mental Health & Wellbeing Accreditation. By completing our training programme, the school has shown its strong commitment to developing an environment where both children and staff feel supported, valued and can thrive.
“The DfE and Public Health England (PHE) both stress the importance of a whole school approach to mental health in order to secure better outcomes for pupils but this requires engagement and investment from all staff. We’ve armed schools with the knowledge and skills they need to understand their responsibilities and how to react in the best way possible to any problems.”
Any schools that would like to discuss their mental health and wellbeing provision, or would like to find out more about our accreditation, are encouraged to contact The National College on 0800 368 8097.