Wellbeing Award for Schools

Everyone has mental health.  Feelings of well-being are fundamental to the overall health for all individuals.

Here at Swanmore, we believe that everyone has a responsibility for their own and each other’s well-being.

It is our vision at Swanmore to create a community where we have no fear of failure.  By working together and applying our core values, we will collaborate using innovative strategies to challenge prejudice and stigma and establish a safe and secure community for all.

We believe through the power of optimism and resilience that we will build a whole community approach based on being heard, accepted, valued and empowered.

The impact of the pandemic has been different for everyone, but there’s no doubt it’s been a really difficult time for us all.
That’s why, now more than ever, it is important to do what we can to look after our mental health and wellbeing.
We will be working hard to achieve the Wellbeing Award for Schools (WAS). This award focuses on changing the long-term culture of the whole College, and ensures that mental health and wellbeing sits at the heart of Swanmore life.
Please take a moment to watch Mr Jonathan’s Wellbeing assembly which includes an introduction to this award.