In October 2021 the st John Fisher Staff Team will be refreshing their knowledge of the Family links Nurture Programme. This will enable us to continue to promote wellbeing as a tool for learning. We continue to teach the Zones of Regulation as part of our curriculum. More information can be located as part of the Inclusion page.



At St John Fisher Catholic Primary School, we recognise the pressures of modern life and how difficult it can be at times to maintain high levels of wellness in challenging situations and to know where to look for support when needed. Thus, we are committed to ensuring that we do everything possible to foster high levels of wellbeing amongst all members of our school community including staff, parents and children. 

The most up-to-date evidence suggests that building the following five actions into our day-to-day lives is important to wellbeing:

Connect... with the people around you - family, friends, colleagues and neighbours

Keep Learning... try something new, rediscover an old interests or take on a different responsibility

Be Active... go for a walk, run, cycle, dance. Exercising makes you feel good

Take Notice... be curious, catch sight of the beautiful, remark on the unusual, notice the changing seasons

Give... do something for a friend, thank someone, smile, volunteer your time.




Having good mental health helps us relax more, achieve more and enjoy our lives more. Click on the link below to find out more -



Click on the link for more information:

COVID-19: guidance on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing

Click here to find out where to get help, information and support for suicide, self-harm, mental health and wellbeing in Oxfordshire.

 Click here for information about bereavement and organisations available for support and guidance.

 Please find below links to organisations and resources that support families with all aspects of wellbeing; we hope you will find this useful.

Parents' Survival Guide


A-Z of Mental Health


Parents' Helpline 0808 802 5544


Young MindsThis organisation offers free, confidential online and telephone support, including information and advice, to any adult worried about emotional problems, behaviour or mental health of a child or young person.


NSPCC - This site offers information on an array of topics including mental health and wellbeing; self-harm and talking about difficult topics.


NHS Live Well

Scroll down for more information about how the Mental health Support Team can support you and your child.



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