Monksdown Primary School

Monksdown Primary School

Wellbeing at Monksdown


Monksdown Primary School take a whole school approach to Mental Health and Wellbeing and are dedicated to ensuring that Monksdown children leave school with the best possible outcomes, having good emotional, physical and mental health to secure a bright future.

‘Mental health is defined as a state of wellbeing in which every individual recognises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her own community.’                                                                               World Health Organisation, August 2014

Liverpool’s Whole School Approach – Liverpool CAMHS

Our core values of :  Respectful, Resourceful, Resilient  and Responsible help us to grow as a family of learners and shapes our values for the wider world and  future aspirations.

 Evidence suggests there are 5 steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing. Trying these things could help you feel more positive and able to get the most out of life.

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5 steps to mental wellbeing – NHS (

5 ways to wellbeing poster (2).pdf

wellbeing booklet (




We want our Year 6 children to have a great Transition to High school:

Transition Livestream Events 

Year 6 transition livestream events are taking place on the following dates. These free hour-long interactive virtual sessions will be hosted in 2 primary schools and 2 secondary schools this year. The sessions will be streamed through YouTube and via Zoom to allow access for all. lease sign up using the links below: 

Year 6 transition livestream option A, Tuesday 14th June, 10:00-11:00 

Year 6 transition livestream option B, Thursday 16th June, 13:00-14:00 



Mental Health Awareness Week

9-15 May 2022 – Loneliness    Click here

Loneliness is about feeling disconnected from the people around you to the point it affects your mental wellbeing.

You can feel it in a crowd of friends or by yourself.

Tips if you are feeling lonely:

  • Reach out and talk about it with someone – a friend, or family member, or you can speak to someone anonymously and in confidence at Kooth
  • Be kind to yourself – give yourself a break and do something you love
  • Connect with your community – join a club or volunteer at a local community group, or you can join one of YPAS Groups 
  • Try not to compare yourself with others.

More help available:


Loneliness Guide for Parents and Caregivers

Loneliness Posters

Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families 


Mental Health Support Team : Click here

Mental Health Support Team : Polish: Click here

Mental Health Support Team : Urdu: Click here

PAS, LLP & the Mental Health Support Teams (MHST) are running a virtual coffee event for parents/carers of children in primary school on 6th April 10:00-11:30. This is an opportunity for parents to discuss any general concerns they may have around their child’s wellbeing and learn about the support available through the local CAMHS partnership.  

As we are close to SATs there will be a focus around managing worry around schoolwork and tests. 

Parents/carers can sign up for this free event using the following link: 

The MHST have developed a leaflet for schools to share with any families that they want to refer to the teams.