When someone is safe and happy, they can face challenges, build strong relationships and contribute to their community. In St. Brendan's we aim for all our pupils to have good levels of well-being and encourage them to talk openly about well-being and mental health. In our school, we support our pupils to be healthy in the body and healthy in the mind. We encourage our pupils to understand that a person’s wellbeing can change at any time and that it is important to share our feelings and speak out if we need support with our well-being. Through assemblies, PSHE lessons, special weeks or days we develop our pupil’s understanding of their feelings and emotions and how to express them in the correct way. We give opportunities for pupils to self-regulate in the appropriate way through the use of Zones of Regulation, the sensory room and well-being room – The Rainbow Room, and through the use of individual visual indicators.