What are Wellbeing Warriors?
Yew Tree's Wellbeing Warriors are a group of children who all believe that the wellbeing of every person in our Yew Tree family is fundamental to their happiness and a positive mental health. Children applied for the role by explaining why they wanted to be a Wellbeing Warrior and outlining what qualities they would bring to the role.
What is the Wellbeing Warrior's Role?
To promote ways to develop positive wellbeing.
To attend regular meetings with Ms Melia who is our Mental Health and Wellbeing lead.
Organise and lead mindfulness activities within their class.
Consider ways in which we can care for the wellbeing of our Yew Tree family.
To lead wellbeing assemblies.
Share advice and tips to wellbeing.
Meet Our Wellbeing Warriors
Why Do You Want To Be A Wellbeing Warrior?
'I want to help other people. I will respect everyone and listen to them when they need it.'
'I want to be a Wellbeing Warrior so I can help people when they are sad by offering them support, comforting them or taking them to the teacher so they can help them.'
'I would like to be a Wellbeing Warrior as I care for everyone and want everyone to be happy.'
'I would like to be a Wellbeing Warrior because I want everyone to have a good feeling when they come to Yew Tree Primary School.'
'I want to help children who are feeling sad and let them know they can always come to me, I will always be there for them.'
'I want to apply because I want to help others with their problems or feelings as I am a good listener.'