About the Well-being Hub
The Well-being Hub is responsible for the Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) of the school community. Tipton Green Junior school see well-being as integral to holistic development and important in academic success. The team is managed by Julia Wise and includes:
Luke Blackham - Community Well-being coordinator
Dawn Caddy - Learning Mentor
Shirogaye Taylor - Student Well-being worker (2nd year Youth & Community Studies)
Louisa Share - Forest School assistant
Maureen Philips - Forest School assistant (Qualified Playworker)
Well-being is supported in the following ways
The Well-being team are here to support you and your child in anyway we can. Should you need help please contact us to arrange a meeting.
We are proud to say that we have achieved the Sandwell Wellbeing Charter Mark award as evidence of our dedication to wellbeing in our school.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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