Surrey Street Primary School Class Pages

Welcome to Surrey Street Class pages

Don't forget. If you are worried about anything, you can always put a note in your classroom 'worry box' or come and see us during morning break time. We'll do our best to help you.

Our Wellbeing Team (WBT) have a variety of roles.


  • support children with emotional needs
  • support children who sometimes struggle with their behaviour
  • carry out sessions on anger management, self esteem, emotional literacy, nurture, social stories, social skills, play therapy, friendship skills
  • are part of the Place2Be mental health champion training and have created an action plan to meet the needs of our pupils.

We work with identified children/small groups and carefully plan the activities, strategies and techniques used within each session. Our main aim is to encourage and support children who are experiencing difficulties, working with them so that they can achieve their goals. Our team sometimes work within the classroom supporting individuals or groups and we also have four specialist rooms where we can carry out 1-1 or small group sessions.

We offer all kinds of help along the way and our door is always open (for both parents and children).

Wellbeing Quiet Area

Over the Summer, the wellbeing team have been working hard to make our quiet area a peaceful place for our children to visit during the school day.&nb...
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Have you filled a bucket today?

​Happy Tuesday from the Wellbeing team.  Whether you're at home or at school, remember that it's really important that you're kind and thoug...
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Monday Motivation

What a beautiful day.  The weather forecast says we are going to have sunshine all week.  It doesn't matter if you're at school or at home, ...
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Help us all to stay safe

​Please remember that with some children returning to school, it is really important that we maintain the social distancing rules especially with pare...
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Be a Rainbow

It's a big day for the Surrey Street family with some of our Year 6 children returning to school.  We have talked a lot about kindness and it is ...
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Kindness is free

​A lot of things in today's world cost money but always remember,  'kindness' is free. You can keep some kindness for yourself but it's best...
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Let's all be kind today.

​As it's Mental Health Awareness Week, I thought that it would be good to share another important fact about kindness. 'If you want to be awesome, be ...
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Let's all be kind

Always remember that every act of kindness, however small, has the potential to make the world a happier place.  

Remembering the simple things.

Just a simple message to all the Surrey Street family.  Always appreciate the amazing world that is all around us. 

Keep up the good work

Hope everyone is keeping safe and well at home.  The Wellbeing team just wanted to let you know that you are all amazing and we are missing you. ...
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Have you filled a bucket today?

Have you filled a bucket today?
Hi everyone. The Wellbeing team hope that you are keeping safe and well at home.  Hopefully you can all remember when we were at school we had an...
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Mini mindful walk... Take off your shoes and walk around.  Think about your body as you move and how it feels to you. You can be on grass, carpet...
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Wellbeing Team - CREATIVITY

Pasta Art ​Take it in turns to place a pasta shape on a flat surface. Slowly, you'll make a collage or picture.  What other things could you use ...
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WBT - Relaxation...

​This week is all about relaxation... Rocket Power! Take a deep breath in...raise your hands to make the point of a rocket. Slowly breathe out and let...
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Well - being Warriors - CONCENTRATION

This weeks theme for Well-being Warriors is... CONCENTRATION Here are the top tips for concentration: Heart beats Shut your eyes and tune into your he...
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Children's Mental Health-How can you help your children?

It's hard to avoid the topic of children's mental health as it is such a high priority in the news- and rightly so.  Here at Surrey Street we wan...
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