WELLBEING WEEK 2020
Our concern for the wellbeing of every member of the Wright Robinson community permeates all aspects of college life. We actively promote a mentally healthy environment where all of TEAM Wright Robinson can thrive.
We recognise how important it is that our students are encouraged and supported to look after their mental health and wellbeing every day. Yet it is equally as important that our parents/ carers have an understanding too.
On Monday 23rd November it will be the start of our Wellbeing week. The week will highlight and bring together our continued commitment to ensuring mental health and wellbeing is a high priority within the college. The focus this year will be ‘The five ways to look after your wellbeing’ Please take a look on the college website under PARENT – YOUR MIND YOUR BODY
DAY 1 - Let’s start the week off positively and find different ways to connect. Good relationships give you an opportunity to share positive experiences.
DAY 2 - Being active is great for you both your mind and your body. It helps to boost your mood and make you feel good. Why not set new challenges for yourself!
DAY 3 - Find out tips to help manage your child’s mental health during the current health pandemic.
DAY 4 - Be vigilant in any changes in behaviour and direct your child to the following website.
DAY 5 - Pay it forward within your household, complete a random act of kindness for a person in your family home and share this with us on social media @wrightrobinsoncollege
Changes to Transition Days
Parents and carers of Year 6 students joining us in September please read the information about changes to our Transition Days in the letter below.