BEP is committed to enabling schools to become emotionally supportive and resilient communities for all its pupils

BEP’s Inclusion team was initially launched in December 2018 providing BEP with the opportunity to deliver on the aspects of the original BEP vision relating to school life and inclusion. This includes support to groups of young people that are struggling to thrive, provision around SEND students, support for staff mental well-being, reducing exclusions and strategic planning for positive inclusion in schools. This has coincided with a change to the OFSTED framework that has made inclusion a more important aspect of school life that requires additional specific strategic planning. The BEP Inclusion service facilitates support in these areas.

BEP continues to work progressively around mental health in schools via the NewStart approach.  Based on an asset-building approach to resilience supported by Young Minds, NewStart supports schools at a universal level to build more emotionally supportive environments that are beneficial to all, whilst also identifying those pupils most vulnerable to poor emotional health and providing interventions that support them.

The Inclusion team consists of experienced Secondary Headteachers, Primary mentors and highly qualified mental health professionals who have experience of working with a range of vulnerable groups.

For Inclusion support visit the Inclusion projects page. To book a mental health training session, click on the button below.

current Inclusion Projects

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Meet The Team

Tom Ashley

Asst. Director of

Anna Robinson

Mental Health & Well-being Lead – 

Ayesha Hussain

Inclusion Project Worker –

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