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Wellbeing Champions

Welcome our Welbeing Champions 23-24

Many congratulations to our Wellbeing Champions! They are a team of pupils who applied for the role because they want to help provide a safe and supportive environment for everyone in school.

They have already made a positive contribution to the school community and will support their peers, run campaigns against bullying and promote positive mental health through a variety of events, across the year. 

Some of the ways in which they may support others:

• Tell an adult if they see something happening.

• Check in with someone who has experienced bullying behaviour or unkindness.

• Encourage the person experiencing this kind of behaviour to speak to a trusted adult.

• If they see someone being unhappy, they can have a chat with them or find someone for them to talk to.

• Support other children to have fun – helping with games and activities to encourage inclusion and positive interaction.

• Promote wellbeing messages and events across the school.


Wellbeing Champions wear a yellow wellbeing lanyard so that they are easily identified and are on wellbeing posters around school too.