As well-being is a priority of the Academy, we endeavour to:
Support everyone’s wellbeing and mental health, to enable them to be the best they can be, are happy together, resilient, ready to learn and succeed.
Empower everyone in the community to be emotionally literate.
Enable stakeholder to develop strategies to manage their emotional well-being and mental health.
Dover Christ Church Academy aims to promote positive mental health for every child, parent / carer and member of staff. We pursue this using both universal, whole school and specialised approaches for identified vulnerable students and families.
We are committed to promoting positive mental health and emotional well-being to all students, their families and members of staff and trustees. Our open culture allows students’ voices to be heard, and, through the use of effective policies and procedures, we ensure a safe and supportive environment for all affected - both directly and indirectly - by mental health issues.
We continuously review and develop the following in order to implement supportive mental health procedures, we aim to:
Prioritise mental health in the Academy by developing and delivering a systematic programme of activity.
Proactively ensure that the Academy culture drives positive mental health outcomes.
Promote an open culture around mental health.
Increase organisational confidence and capability.
Provide mental health tools and support.