At Willow, we place great emphasis on promoting pupils wellbeing and offer an inclusive environment for children to thrive. 

Mr Copestick is our  Inclusion Manager - he works with children, families and professionals to support social and emotional mental health and wellbeing across both Willow and Sheep Dip Lane Academy (2.5 days per week in each school). 

We believe that supporting a child's wellbeing and mental health is an important part of what we do everyday. We are also here to help and support the parents and carers of our children.

Our Inclusion Team at Willow are on hand to offer advice and engage with families. Three members of our team,  are trained in Mental Health First Aid and can provide a listening ear, they can be contacted through the main office during normal school opening hours.

Useful Links

Doncaster Children's Trust have launched their Virtual Family Hub which can be accessed through the following link:

Each day of the week the Virtual Family Hub has different activities happening online - from story time to arts and crafts there really is something for every family!

In addition to this, there are also Virtual Parenting sessions. Parenting is never an easy job and the current restrictions make it even more challenging! There is even a parenting session dedicated to the parents of teenagers. Places are limited - visit the website for details of how to register for them.

Doncaster Community Hub

The Doncaster Community Hub has been set up to help vulnerable people and families during the COVID 19 shut down. It can help with delivery of food and medication as well as offering information about other agencies and groups that can offer help. The can be contacted through their website or on the phone 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm - 01302 430300.

South Yorkshire Police Domestic Abuse Online Reporting Tool

Not all victims of domestic abuse feel confident to seek help face to face or over the phone. With this in mind South Yorkshire Police have set up an online reporting tool to allow victims of abuse to get help by using the internet. Please remember - anyone in an emergency situation to please still call 999 and make use of the silent solution – press ‘55’ so police operators can listen to what is happening in the background and make a risk assessment so that the right response is sent to you.

Click here for key information regarding our SEND and Inclusion provision.