Our Lady of Victories Catholic Primary School Catholic Primary School

Our Lady of Victories Catholic Primary School

  • Our Lady of Victories
  • Clareville Street
  • London SW7 5AQ
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  • 020 7373 4491
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Children's Health and Well-Being

We maintain and encourage healthy eating habits, particpating in the Healthy School Standards. The document 'Food in School' details our policy for school lunches, snacks in school and breakfast club.

Click here to read the NEW school lunch menu (February 2022)

We are proud to hold Healthy School Status at Gold level and we aim to provide children with the skills and knowledge they need to make good choices for long-term healthy lifestyles.

We work with the London Trailblazer's to promote children's awareness of the importance of maintaining good mental health and to support children when they are in need.  Parents can ask to be referred to this service by completing the form here

We are also a 'Mindup' school and we encourage children to take ownership of their own mental health and to recognise and manage their emotions through regular brain breaks and practice of relaxation techniques . 

New for parents: Understanding your child's anxiety
                             How to talk about mental health with your child

We participate in the local initiatives to reduce traffic congestion by encouraging active methods of getting to and from school, led by the Junior Road Safety Officers. We have a school 'Physical Activity and School Travel Plan' in place. 

We work closely with the Health services provided by the local commissioning group. A school nurse regularly visits to carry out health checks and is available to support parents if needed. This includes the local children's Mental Health support group Mind.

You can read their latest newsletter here: March Bulletin  

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