William Levick Primary School

William Levick
Primary School



Wellbeing and Family Support

Wellbeing is all about our holistic health, including the physical and emotional. When we have good levels of wellbeing we feel that life is in balance and that we can generally cope well. We feel motivated and engaged, we’re resilient and able to deal effectively with daily troubles, as well as ’bounce back’ from life’s challenges.

At William Levick, we believe the wellbeing of our whole school community is really important and work hard to support our children, parents and staff.

Please follow this link to find the Derby and Derbyshire Health and Wellbeing support website. Local community links for support can also be found on this document.

Our curriculum offers many opportunities to develop and support the wellbeing of our pupils including our PSHE curriculum, philosophy 4 children activities, circle time, mindfulness activities and various clubs.

We are always developing our resources, skills and what we offer to support the wellbeing of our children, staff and parents, including our 'Wellbeing Library' in school.

Growing Mindful

Please follow this link for lots of resources for 'Growing Mindful' which offers support to increase our moments of awareness and stillness through the day, through life. Please note this uses YouTube so please ensure children are supervised when using this resource.

Resources and Links to Support Wellbeing

Please find some additional resources below, which we will continue to add to, that may be of use to support your wellbeing at home.

  • Advice from the Mental Health Foundation:


  • Support from Mind- focused on better mental health:


  • Guidance and support from CAHMS (Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service) who support children'e mental health and Wellbeing:


  • Please click here for a list of services, advice lines and networks available for support.

  • Derbyshire have recently released details of a free counselling service available to all parents and carers of young people:

derbyshire qwell for parents service.pdf