Wellbeing at BCS

Wellbeing at BCS

‘Together we achieve the extraordinary’ - a school motto which truly underpins Bournemouth Collegiate School’s sense of community. Our children are at the heart of everything we do, and we believe in their entitlement to knowledge, facts and information about issues that affect their lives and wellbeing.

PSHE and Citizenship are essential ingredients in providing a well-rounded education which prepares pupils for their lives both in and after school. It is our duty to promote wellbeing, and, in line with our values and aims, our PSHE and Citizenship programme contributes to providing Education with Character; preparing pupils for the ups and downs of life, helping them to become confident, happy, ready and able to take their place in the world beyond school.    

BCS will continue to build on our strong foundations to safeguard our future mental health and wellbeing provision. We are proud to have dedicated Mental Health leads in place, plus a bespoke, detailed and consistent PSHE Programme, timetabled for an hour a week across both schools. 

Children will always be at the centre of everything we do, and our work on improving the culture, education and processes to assist students with emotional and societal challenges will look to support and enrich their wellbeing as they prepare for the next stage of their lives.   

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