Well Being

Our commitment to the emotional well-being and mental health of all our stakeholders, reflects our core beliefs and principles.

Wellbeing Award for Schools - 2019-2022

Our commitment to the emotional well-being and mental health of all our stakeholders, reflects our core beliefs and principles. We aim to ensure that the children at our school are provided with high-quality learning experiences based on a broad and balanced curriculum, whilst also promoting the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of all associated with the school. This leads to a consistently high level of pupil achievement, which prepares pupils for the challenges, opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of their next educational journey and indeed their adult life.

At Brunswick Park Primary and Nursery School, we believe that children thrive based on the conditions in which they find themselves. We are committed to providing a positive, safe and stimulating environment for children to learn and where all are valued. We ensure that all children enjoy their learning, achieve their potential and become independent life-long learners.

We believe that children’s education should take place in a fully inclusive environment with equal opportunities for all and that all children should learn to value difference. Our school strives to be at the ‘hub’ of the local community with positive and effective links to the wider and global communities.

Click here to view/download our Well Being Award for Schools Report.

Supporting Children’s Wellbeing

Please go to our ‘Pastoral Care’ page for information about how we support children’s wellbeing.

Supporting Parents’ Wellbeing

Mental Health

Click here for useful information from the NHS about mental health and the support available.

Click here for useful advice and support from the Mental Health Foundation about looking after your mental health during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Local Foodbanks

Click here for useful information about local foodbanks. Some foodbanks require a referral from a professional such as your GP or someone in school. If you would like to be referred to a local foodbank, please get in touch with Tracy Strachan (Pastoral Lead). Some foodbanks do not require a referral and you can just go along on the day.

Bereavement Support

The following charities provide support and guidance for parents.

Click here for Child Bereavement UK

Click here for Winston’s Wish

Click here for CRUSE

Community and Family Centres

Click here for a list of Barnet’s Community and Family Centres which provide a wealth of support for families.

Employment and Finance

Click here for information about Universal Credit.

Click here for Step Change a charity who can support with debt difficulties.

Get in touch

Let's talk!

Brunswick Park Primary and Nursery School

Osidge Lane, Southgate, London N14 5DU.

0208 368 3468