Telford Junior School is committed to supporting the social and emotional resilience of children. The pressures of society today can impact significantly on children's mental well-being. Stress, anxiety, low mood, attachment disorders, depression, eating disorders and self-harming appear to be more common amongst children and young people. The school aims to work with families and social and healthcare professionals to support the well-being of the children in our care. We have established arrangements in school to help us achieve this goal, with staff being trained in the delivery of Nurture Provision, Thrive and a range of strategies to support individual children's needs. Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO), Natasha Thompson, and Lori Herbert (Licensed Thrive Practitioner and Protective Behaviours Specialist Practitoner) are leading the school's work in this area.