We acknowledge that, whilst we come at it from unique perspectives, mental health and wellbeing is of central importance and intrinsic to our lives.
We acknowledge that the challenges of parents, staff and children within an SEN school are different and potentially more complex than in mainstream schools.
We believe having a mentally healthy community is not about being happy all the time, but about working together through the challenges and sharing the celebrations; feeling supported, heard, accepted, valued and empowered.
What is our Why?
Our vision statement was agreed by the Change Team June 2020
Our vision statement was reviewed by the Dysart Champions March 2023