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North Crescent Primary School

‘Guiding explorers of the future’

Are you looking for a school place? Please see our Admissions tab under Key Information. We are always happy to show prospective pupils and their families around our school. Tours are always available.

Wellbeing Support Services

Our School Vision
We want our pupils to have the knowledge, skills and confidence to navigate their future worlds, to be happy with who they are, recognise their uniqueness, and have control over who they want to become.


If you have a concern for a pupil, yourself or family member we can listen and help to point you towards advice and support. Look below to see what we offer in term time and some direct links to public services. 

We have many implicit and explicit strategies in place to enable our pupils to mine their grit but also to support them when they do not feel at their strongest. 


  • Our policies on wellbeing and safeguarding are robust with current trends and guidance. Our trust has Wellbeing Champions in each school. North Crescent has a Pastoral lead.
  • Within the our curriculum and timetables are opportunities to explore and express emotional needs and themes, in PSHE, RE, Reading and Writing, PE and daily Mindful Movement.
  • Each class uses Zones of Regulation as a visual check-in, with a tables for reflective time - including a Worry Monster soft toy, which has room in his tummy to store your worries. We reward and celebrate effort; no matter the outcome.
  • Around the school we have trained Peer Mentors, breakfast club, lunchtime and after school clubs, including physical games and sports. 


Whatever your worry they are there for you. Call free on 0800 1111

Online Mental Wellbeing Community

Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people


National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

Essex Local Offer 

Hub of information regarding all aspects affecting young people and their families in Essex.

BBC Mental Health Tool kit 

Find stories, tools and advice


Essex Safeguarding Children Board

Concerned about a child or young person? Call 0345 603 7627

Bereavement support 

What is it? What might one feel? What can one do to feel different or better?