St Mary's FieldsPrimary School

Ensuring that each child reaches their potential and develops an enthusiasm for lifelong learning


Health and Wellbeing



As well as our Designated Safeguarding Leads we have six trained Mental Health First Aiders. If you have any concerns regarding your child's mental health and wellbeing please speak to Miss Haycock (through the office) who will arrange support for your child.


The school follows the Jigsaw PSHCE scheme of work which has well-being as a key aspect. The school also uses the Everyone's Welcome resources which celebrate diversity.




This is the name for the 0-19 Healthy Child Programme across LLR, mostly the previously named school nursing service and health visiting service.


Primary schools should receive a monthly ‘drop-in’ session with their public health nurse. Check the calendar for dates

Other referral routes…



•Child’s teacher or school staff

•Healthcare professional involved in your family care

•Families can contact directly and self-refer


Tel: 0300 3000 007

The school nurse team have produced a video giving information about its service for parents/carers. 

Help Desk: Monday – Friday  9am-12pm  0116 2153231



Uploaded by Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust on 2017-05-17.

National Child Measurement Programme – Support for parents and carers

 The National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) measures the height and weight of children in reception class (aged 4 to 5 years) and year 6 (aged 10 to 11 years) to assess overweight and obesity levels in children within primary schools.


For some parents, receiving the results letter from the National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) can come as a bit of a shock. After all, nationally around a third of children are overweight by the time they leave primary school, which means its harder for parents to identify when children fall into this category as they may not look that different to their peers.


Some resources are available on the parents section of the Health for Kids website (, including frequently asked questions relating to the NCMP and advice about encouraging physical activity.

Mental Health Support Leaflet

National charity for children and young people’s mental health

Parents Helpline 0808 802 5544 (Mon-Fri, 9.30-4.00)

Young People looking for urgent help text YM to 85258


RAINBOWS - Children and Young People’s Hospice

“As the East Midlands only hospice for children and young people, Rainbows is a place where life limited children and their families can find care and support.  Our incredible team of people help relieve symptoms, improve quality of life, care for children at the end of life  and support parent and sibling through their bereavement”

Training and resources for families and professionals at…

The Laura Centre 

Specialist counselling for bereaved children or parents whose child has died

Schools can signpost parents to this service.  They also offer training for professionals.

Tel: 0116 254 4341

Cruse Bereavement Care

Bereavement support -

A wide variety of support and help.

National Helpline. Tel: 0808 808 1677​

Information for all individuals affected by bereavement, including staff and military families…

The NHS Website (Formerly NHS Choices)

NHS Choices has been renamed ‘The NHS Website’ and features comprehensive advice on a huge range of conditions and treatments, including what to do and when to get help.

Find their A-Z at…

The NHS ‘Moodzone’ is specifically focussed on mental health…