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Mental Health Awareness Week: Anxiety

Anxiety is not just feeling shy, it’s bigger and more complex than that, and it’s also a totally normal feeling of fear or panic. When humans face stressful situations it can trigger our ‘gut feeling’, the in-built body alarm bell we have, which tells us when we don’t…

Mental Health Awareness Week: Self-harm

Self-harming is difficult to talk about but very common, it’s when you hurt yourself on purpose. Usually it’s because something else feels wrong, it seems like the only way to let those feelings out. Self-harming is a symptom of another problem. Self-harm is when someone hurts themselves as a…

Mental Health Awareness Week: Depression

Depression isn’t just for adults, and it isn’t just being ‘a bit sad’. We all feel a bit down sometimes, but if these emotions and ‘feeling low’ last a long time or affect your child’s daily life, then they may have depression. READ MORE: Who is our Mental Health Lead…

Mental Health Awareness Week: Meet your Mental Health Lead

We support Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) and while prioritising mental health is more than just a week, it really is all year round and for the rest of your life, MHAW is a great way to kick-start…

Welcome Back to All

From principals and head teachers to I.T. and Facilities we have worked hard over the summer holidays to ensure that Penhale Infant School is a safe place to learn for your child amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The…