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Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School

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Education staff wellbeing charter


The education staff wellbeing charter is a declaration of support for, and set of commitments to, the wellbeing and mental health of everyone working in education.


At Holy Trinity, we recognise the value and significance of the charter and have readily signed up. 


The charter:

  • was created by the education sector to highlight staff wellbeing in the education sector
  • is a tool for schools and colleges to create, and publicly commit to, their own wellbeing strategies
  • is a declaration to protect, promote and enhance the wellbeing and mental health of everyone working in state education
  • includes commitments on education staff wellbeing by DfE and Ofsted
  • sets out principles of shared understanding on the meaning and importance of wellbeing and everyone’s roles and responsibilities
  • sends a message to everyone working in schools and colleges that their wellbeing and mental health matters
  • aims to improve wellbeing in schools and colleges by encouraging debate and accountability

The Charter

Staff Support

We have a team of staff dedicated to ensuring staff wellbeing is given a high priority within school. 


Mrs Thompson - Headteacher

Mrs Hitchen - School Mental Health Lead

Mrs Hill - Mental Health First Aider

Miss Tierney - Mental Health First Aider 

Mrs Rees - Mental Health First Aider

Mrs Hannah - ELSA - Emotional Literacy Support Assistant