Downe Manor Primary School

Downe Manor, where everybody has the opportunity to be inspired to reach their full potential through memorable learning experiences

Pastoral Support

Pastoral Support at Downe Manor

At Downe manor, we understand the importance of creating a nurturing and supportive environment for our students to thrive academically, emotionally, and socially. We have a dedicated pastoral support worker who is here to support our students in various aspects of their lives.

Should your child require any form of pastoral support, whether it be related to academic challenges, social issues, emotional well- being, or any concerns, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. Our pastoral support worker is here to listen, provide guidance, and offer practical solutions to help your child navigate through any difficulties they may be facing.

We also encourage open communication between parents, teachers and our pastoral team. By working together, we can ensure that your child receives the necessary support and guidance to achieve their full potential both academically and personally.

In addition to one – one support, we also work closely with Ealing MHST Team Senior education well -being practitioner Crystal Fletcher. Together we organise workshops, coffee mornings, Brain buddies’ sessions and manage transition for our year 6 students. All these activities aim to empower both students and parents with the tools they need to navigate the ups and downs of school life effectively.

At Downe Manor, we firmly believe that every student deserves a safe and supportive learning environment where they can flourish and grow.

Your child’s well- being is our top priority, and we are committed to providing the necessary pastoral support to help them succeed in all areas of their life.

Further Support

NHS Better Health every mind Matters

Anxiety UK: Information, resources and support for helping you understand how to deal with your anxiety during these difficult times.

Hope Again: Hope Again provides support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone close to them dies.

Childline: A free and confidential support service for children. Childline is here to help anyone under 19 in the UK with any issue they’re going through.

Young minds: Information for young people and parents about emotional and mental health issues.

MIND: Call, text or email for signposting to mental health support in your area.

National Autistic Society: Providing support, guidance and advice to help create a society that works for autistic people.

Anna Freud: Advice and guidance for parents and carers to help them support a child or young person with their wellbeing

Winston’s wish: A charity that helps children, teenagers and young adults (up to the age of 25) find their feet when their worlds are turned upside down by grief.