Walter Evans Church of England Primary & Nursery School


Welcome to the Walter Evans Well-being page. 

In November 2020, our school  successfully achieved the Carnegie Centre of Excellence Bronze Award for Mental Health in Schools. This award came as a result of continued and significant developments in the crucial area of Mental Health and Well-being for all our pupils, staff and community. Recognising and developing positive Mental Health and Well-being for all our pupils in such challenging times has never been more important and relevant. 

There are links between positive Mental Health and Well-being and the school's Early Help Offer. The school's Early Help Offer aims to support families and children presenting with emerging needs - Mental Health and Well-being is one aspect of this offer. Please click HERE to visit the school's Early Help Offer page. 

Click HERE for our Child Friendly Well-being policy. More useful resources and links are below:

Well-being lending library

Click HERE to view the full, current Lending Library catalogue. 

 Books on Worry and Anxiety

 Books on Happiness, Hope, Togetherness and Kindness

Books on Meditation, Mindfulness and Spirituality

Books on Internet Safety

 Books on Feelings and Friendships- Happiness, Loneliness, Shyness, Anger, Bravery,  Celebrating Difference

 Books on Grief

 Books on Bullying

 Books on Tricky Family Times

Books on Bad Mood, Sadness, Depression and Big Emotions

  The Walter Evans 'Super Seven' for additional support or signposting.Super Seven sources of additional support

 Help guides with ideas on 'What you can try' to support:




  Transition to Secondary School

Thank you to Dragonfly Impact Education for providing the above leaflets. 


Derbyshire Chat Health (0-19 years and 11-19 years)

Chat Health for ParentsChat Health for Parents


  What we do at Walter Evans to promote positive Mental Health and Well-being

  Meet our Well-being Ambassadors!

   The Walter Evans Well-being Team

  Mental Health and Well-being Policy

  The Walter Evans Tiered Approach

  Mental Health Pathway