Caterham Prep and Senior School’s innovative and sector leading approach to Wellbeing has been recognised once again, this time through recognising the contribution that the Senior School Deputy Head (Pastoral & Wellbeing) is making to the independent sector!

For her work around Wellbeing in education Mrs Sarah Griffiths has made it onto the ‘i25’, a list of the top 25 independent sector’s leading influencers and innovators who have made an impact to pupil experience and independent education in the UK. 

This latest accolade follows the National Children’s Bureau backed Wellbeing Award for Schools (WAS) which was awarded to Caterham earlier this year. Following a rigorous 16-month-long assessment, which included input from pupils, parents and staff, Caterham’s pioneering approach to Wellbeing was endorsed by the WAS inspector who commented: “Wellbeing is embedded in the curriculum and across the whole school. Pupils and staff have incredibly positive things to say about the climate of the school and how they have been personally supported.”

The specialist award recognises the leading whole-school approach at Caterham which promotes mental health and wellbeing across the entire school community. Individuals at every level of the school’s community are proactively involved in supporting Wellbeing: from pupils in Kindergarten up to Sixth Form, to the school’s Trustees, the teaching and support staff and parents.

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