Wellbeing

“There is no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow unless we build the rainbow.”

This quote is displayed at the front of our school – we work together to support our pupils to reach their pot of gold.

We see the mental health and wellbeing (MHWB) of our pupils, families and staff as a key priority at Dysart. We believe that if we support our pupils to be ’emotionally wealthy’ then they will have the best opportunity to reach their full potential. This section of our website introduces you to the mental health and wellbeing work we do at Dysart including the MHWB team.

We are really proud of our whole school community’s approach to supporting each others’ mental health and wellbeing and would love to talk to you more about it when you visit us!

You are rightly proud of your work around pupil wellbeing, and ensuring pupils are ready for learning.  This has enabled you to establish a calm and purposeful learning environment for pupils with considerable needs.

Ofsted 2018

Latest News

Dysart Opens during Easter Holiday for Pupils effected by COVID

We were pleased to be able to offer additional time in school during the first week of the Easter holiday for those pupils who were most affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, which 43 pupils were able to attend. We used …

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Easter Egg Surprise

Students at Dysart were extremely excited to each receive an Easter egg on the last day of term.  A massive thank you to Dons Local Action Group who donated the eggs. The Dons Local Action Group is a network of …

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YouTube Workshops in Understanding Stress and Behaviours

Our Wellbeing and Sound Practitioner Joanna McEwen is running a number of workshops explaining the importance of the Polyvagal Theory in understanding stress and behaviours. The first of the workshops can be found on the Dysart YouTube channel by clicking …

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Dysart Supports Comic Relief

Students and staff alike had great fun on Friday celebrating Red Nose Day at Dysart School.  Pupils and staff joined in with national fundraising efforts for Comic Relief by wearing something red for a donation of a £1.  A massive …

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