Herts Commissioned Wellbeing Visit

In October 2022 a wellbeing advisor from Hertfordshire came to visit our school to discuss and observe our whole school approach to wellbeing. Below are some of their findings.

‘Wellbeing is high profile at St Anthony’s and the strong focus and processes result from significant development over the past few years, especially on raising awareness of good emotional and mental wellbeing.’ – Herts Wellbeing Adviser

‘St Anthony’s strongly advocate and promote a culture of openness and encouraging families and pupils to ask for help.’- Herts Wellbeing Adviser.

‘The pupils spoken to at St Anthony’s were a delight and fantastic ambassadors for their school. They spoke confidently and knowledgeably about the ‘5 Ways to Wellbeing’ and were able to provide excellent examples for each of the 5 ways.’- Herts Wellbeing Adviser.

‘It’s important to do the 5 ways because it can help with your mental and daily life’- Pupil Voice.

‘It’s important to give back to the school community and be a role model for others’- Pupil Voice.

‘St Anthony’s hold pupil and family emotional and mental wellbeing as a key priority. It has fostered a culture of openness and made strides to remove the stigma attached to asking for help’ -Herts Wellbeing Adviser.

What are the 5 Ways to Wellbeing?

5 Ways to Wellbeing Weekly Challenges

Useful websites links:


every mind matters 

child bereavement 

on my mind