wellbeingAt St Richard Reynolds we are committed to supporting our pupils’ wellbeing to enable them to achieve their personal best, be happy and become the person God intended them to be. We have a strong pastoral system with a very clear focus on pupils’ emotional wellbeing, safety and happiness. This is led by Mrs Hartland, our Inclusion Manager and by Miss McMullen the Head of Primary. We support pupils in class through PSHE and RE teaching and also provide targeted support through our Emotional Literacy sessions, to those pupils who need additional support and guidance. The aim of this support is to build resilience, grow self-esteem, support friendship issues or difficulties outside of school and to offer pupils a safe and caring space in which to talk. In addition, we run an emotional well-being group using a resource we are piloting called: The Book of Beasties - a card game which helps pupils understand and deal with the different emotions they may experience in their lives. We also have a Chaplain, Miss Bayliss-Conway working with pupils at the College.

If a parent has concerns about their child’s well-being at any time, they are advised to contact their child’s class teacher in the first instance.We have very good links with the local authority’s support services as well as outside agencies.

You may find the following links to services useful:

Support for parents

Information, advice and support for children

Guidance to support children experiencing bereavement

The child and adolescent mental health service (CAMHS)

A factsheet to support children’s emotional needs from Pacey the professional association for childcare and early years


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Our School Nursing service is provided by the Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust.  They can be contacted on
Telephone is 03300581679
email clcht@0-19wandsorthandrichmondadmin@nhs.net
Richmond School Nursing Service
The School Nurse linked to St Richard Reynolds Catholic College from Richmond School Nursing Service is called Charlie Pratten.
In the Primary school
The school nursing service can support children, young people and families with advice on a number of health needs including bedwetting, healthy eating, sleep and emotional wellbeing.
Link to the Richmond School Health Service

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