Wellbeing Quality Mark Lead: Miss Perry
This academic year, Hertford St Andrew are working towards achieving the Herts for Learning Wellbeing Quality Mark. The quality mark framework is in line with Ofsted expectations and best practice. Participating schools complete a detailed self-evaluation audit which helps evidence how the school is promoting health and wellbeing in the curriculum, throughout the school environment and across the wider school community. Schools also select a single area of focused health and wellbeing development across the year and create a school action plan. Our chosen focus area is emotional and mental health and wellbeing.
Our wellbeing quality mark working party - made up of parent representatives, staff and governors meet half-termly to identify actions, monitor progress and evaluate the impact of what we are doing here at HSA to promote emotional and mental health and wellbeing. Should you wish to become a member the working party or have any questions about the quality mark, please contact the school office.