Meet statutory requirements for mental health and wellbeing in your independent school

All of our training and resources have been designed in line with the latest ISI, DfE and wider government guidance around mental health and wellbeing to help your independent school meet its statutory requirements and support compliance.

Independent School Standards
The eight regulatory standards by which all independent schools must comply, including the welfare, health and safety of pupils
Keeping Children Safe in Education
Statutory safeguarding guidance which states all staff should be aware of what risks mental health problems could point to, and the role they have in offering support and guidance
Promoting Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing
Guidance on the eight principles of a whole school or college approach to promoting mental health and wellbeing
Education Staff Wellbeing Charter
Charter that schools and colleges should use to declare their support and share their commitment to protect, promote and enhance the wellbeing of their staff
Mental Health and Behaviour in Schools
Guidance which identifies the link between mental health issues and poor behaviour, and reiterates schools’ responsibilities in supporting pupils
Teachers’ Standards
Statutory standards defining the minimum level of practice expected of teachers, including the need to safeguard pupils’ wellbeing, in accordance with statutory provisions
Preventing and Tackling Bullying
Guidance for schools on preventing and responding to bullying, including the impact bullying can have on pupils’ mental health and wellbeing, and schools’ duty of care

Raise standards in your independent school across all areas of mental health and wellbeing

Clarify roles and responsibilities, upskill the whole school community and make sure everyone in your independent school has the knowledge and skills they need to support staff and pupils’ mental health and wellbeing with training and resources covering every area.