Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Mental and Physical Wellbeing

Mental Health

Our Inclusion Team work closely with families when there are concerns about a pupil’s mental health. Parents can express their concerns to the classroom teacher or ask for an appointment with a member of the Senior Leadership Team.

Adults in school may also express concerns about a child with whom they work. In all cases home/ school liaison is crucial in order to support the child’s wellbeing and regular discussions would take place.

Below are some of our policies and external resources to support with mental and physical wellbeing.


Pupils at Oasis Academy Putney come from a variety of backgrounds and families. We celebrate equality and diversity through a range of PSHE activities and through cross-curricular links with other subjects. Celebrating different families and tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying is crucial to making all children feel welcome, and enabling them to learn to accept others for who they are.

Information for Parents and Carers whose child might be LGBT or Questioning: