Ways to Wellbeing Award

Let us support you, your staff and your pupils to understand their feelings, learn more about health and mental wellbeing, and where to get further help. 

Our Ways to Wellbeing Award will help you:

  • Support the mental health and wellbeing of children, young people and staff in school.
  • Comply with statutory duties around Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education.
  • Address bullying within the school community.

Entrust are committed to improving children's outcomes by providing expert support, advice and guidance. Looking at six themes the Ways to Wellbeing Award focusses on:

Action Against Bullying

Evidence shows that the most successful anti-bullying schools are those that maintain a high profile and on-going approach to the issue across the year. Our Action Against Bullying resources will help to support positive relationships throughout your school community.

Relationships/Relationships and Sex Education

(NB: topics taken from DfE statutory guidance 2020)

Families and people who care for me (Pr), families (Sec), caring relationships (Pr), respectful relationships (Pr), online relationships (Pr), respectful relationships including friendships (Sec), online and media (Sec), being safe, intimate sexual relationships including sexual health (Sec).

Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing

(NB: topics taken from DfE statutory guidance 2020)

Mental wellbeing, internet safety and harms, emotional health and wellbeing, staff wellbeing.

Health Education

(NB: topics taken from DfE statutory guidance 2020)

Physical health and fitness, healthy eating, drugs, alcohol and tobacco, health and prevention, basic first aid, changing adolescent body.


Democracy, diversity, rights and responsibilities, sustainability & environment, being a global citizen, campaigning and volunteering.


(those areas not included in the statutory information for 2020)

Finance, safety education (rail, road, water, online), enterprise and careers.

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We know every school is different so this is a flexible package, which you can tailor to suit your specific needs. 

Choose from: 

  • The Health Check – a half day visit by an Entrust consultant to establish a baseline of   provision across the key six themes.
  • Toolkits – each theme is supported by a toolkit, containing access to surveys or other resources to support consultation within the school community,  policy guidance, as well as action plans and resources.
  • The Award - work towards gaining accreditation, which includes the health check plus the toolkit and accreditation. 

Costs including health check consultation, toolkit and accreditation:

One theme - £475, two themes - £525, three themes - £675.

For more information on our Ways to Wellbeing Award, please contact us