West Berkshire Council

Traded Service for Schools

Could the EHA help children and young people at your school?

The EHA is funded by schools, West Berkshire Council, and other agencies including Clinical Commissioning Groups and Public Health and Wellbeing.

Emotional Health Academy - quote from a teacher about their experience
Emotional Health Academy - quote from a teacher about their experience

The EHA's immediate impact would not have been possible without investment from our local schools.

Schools continue to play a large part in the EHA's approach to supporting the children and young people in West Berkshire with emotional difficulties. We offer a range of flexible buy-in options that allow schools to cater for the needs of the children and young people. These include set annual packages, bespoke services, and packages that school clusters can buy into together.

Our Emotional Health Workers deliver a range of individual, group and classroom interventions, as well as working holistically with the family when appropriate. They are also able to provide consultation and training to schools in enhancing emotional health support to their pupils.

Please see our pdf icon Traded Service for Schools leaflet [262kb] for more information, or give us a call on 01635 519018.

The Difference Programme

Year five and six girls from Streatley Primary School have just completed the Difference Programme. Using rap to explore different themes, the workshops were designed to help build friendships and an understanding of how people are different. Find out more in the video below.

The 'Stronger You' Programme 

Stronger You is an evidence informed prevention programme, designed to provide a safe space for young people to explore the tools and skills needed to get through difficult times in life and to build resilience. Pupils from Little Heath School recently took part in the Stronger You Programme, where they participated in group activities and discussions, pair work and individual reflection to explore different topics. Find out more in the video below.