1. Ensure all students are ‘Included, Engaged and Involved’ in learning
2. Support students in setting and achieving their goals
3. Empower students to self-regulate emotions
Referrals for the Wellbeing Hub will be made by the student’s Guidance Teacher at our Integrated Pupil Support Meeting. Parents and carers will be informed if their child has been referred.
When students join the WBH, they will set SMARTER targetswith a member of staff.
|Specific||Being clear about what aspect of class work or conduct is the focus|
|Meaningful||Choosing goals that are important to you|
|Achievable||Setting goals that are challenging but achievable|
|Relevant||Picking goals that reflect what you want to achieve, not what others tell you|
|Time-Bound||Being clear about when you want your goal to be achieved|
|Evaluate||Checking in on your goals regularly|
|Readjust||Changing your goal to respond to challenges and successes|
After this point, each student will have 1 period in the week where they meet 1-1 with WBH staff to:
• Reflect on successes
• Review teacher feedback
• Set goals for the week ahead
• Self-evaluate against the Wellbeing Indicators
Students working with the Wellbeing Hub will have specific slots timetabled in. These timetabled slots have the following structure:
The Zones of Regulation:
When students identify their Zone of Regulation, they are picking a broad category to describe how they are feeling.
Green: focused and ready to learn
Blue: sad, tired or bored
Yellow: anxious, excitable or agitated
Red: angry and out of control
The Self-Regulation Booklet
If students are in the blue, yellow or red zones, they can select an activity that will help to bring them back to the green zone. These activities include:
- Breathing exercises
- Art activities
- Movement activities
- Writing activities
Students can track the effectiveness of each activity by evaluating their zones before and after trying one of the activities.