Roecroft Lower School

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Wellbeing is at the forefront of what we do here at Roecroft. We have established a caring and nurturing environment that supports each child as a whole. This includes work across the curriculum that promotes positive behaviour, mental health, well-being, resilience and achievement.

The level of support each child needs to be emotionally literate, self-aware and mentally well will differ. We have a wealth of interventions and support systems across the school to ensure every child has the social and emotional skills to achieve their potential.

Whilst all staff in school have a responsibility to promote the mental health of pupils, please find below a list of key staff with specific roles and responsibilities.


 Key people in school


Miss Gallagher

Pupil Well-being and Early Help Lead

Mrs Taylor


Mrs Pateman

Enrichment Teacher

Mrs Valpy

Pastoral Learning Support Assistant



Please click on the link to read our school Wellbeing Policy.

Wellbeing Policy
Please click on the link for details of support services that you can access.

Support Services 

Please click on the link to view a collection of wellbeing activities to support and inspire children of all ages, put together by TTS.

 Wellbeing activities

Wellbeing Events


In school, we work closely with the Early Help Team at Central Bedfordshire who aim to provide support to families in the local community. Please find details below of upcoming virtual events that they are running. 




Virtual Early Help Drop-ins

Child Exploitation - 25.02.21

Online Relationships - 18.03.21

Moving Forward from Lockdown - 22.04.21


CHUMS Virtual Sessions

Managing Emotions and Self-esteem - 10.03.21 daytime session or 24.03.21 evening session 

Daytime session:

Evening session:


Parent Pals

This is a platform for parents to meet via Teams to help reduce isolation and low mood.

The sessions are being run fortnightly on a Tuesday afternoon from 1:30 – 2:30pm.

The next session will be held on the 16th February.

If you are interested then contact Claire Racher or Paula Murphy for more details about how you can be invited. We are asking the participants what they would like to discuss and share within the group. 


Parent Puzzle 

Join the 4 week Nurturing Programme to help you get the best out of family life. Ideal for children aged 2-11 years. 

Virtual course starts Monday 22nd February 9:45-11am

Call to book a place on 0300 300 8112


 5 Ways to Wellbeing