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Welfare and Inclusion

Coleridge Inclusion

The Inclusion Team at Coleridge manage the safeguarding, welfare, attendance and behaviour of our students. Within the team, we have dedicated welfare staff who offer targeted and whole-school pastoral care in order to promote good wellbeing and a mentally healthy environment in which our young people can develop personally and academically. We offer 1:1 support, signposting and group work as well as wider initiatives and enrichment activities.

We are always eager to hear from students, staff and parents about any ideas they have, or subjects they would like us to cover. We can be contacted directly by staff, students or parents to discuss any welfare concerns on col-welfare@cap.education. You can also follow us on Twitter @CCCInclusion.

Wellbeing drop-in

We hold wellbeing drop-ins every morning where students can come and have an informal chat with a member of staff if they are struggling in school in any way.

Wellbeing Group

A virtual space that any students or staff can join to get their daily dose of positivity, as well as tips on how to stay mentally healthy and opportunities in school and the community. Class code: zcjlcxu

Pride Club

This is for students and staff who want to work with us to promote LGBTQ+ inclusivity within the Coleridge community and to get involved in helping us achieve our Rainbow Flag Award. Class code: lnpknbk

The ABC

Our newly-established Anti-Bully Club are starting work on making Coleridge a hate-free environment by supporting the work of the Inclusion Team, encouraging our ‘telling school’ ethos and using student voice to ensure Coleridge upholds a culture of kindness. Class code: nftckwc

Inclusion Newsletters

The Inclusion Team parent newsletters contain tips on parenting teens, links to research and activities and news about the work we are doing with our students.