Second Wellbeing Library ordered at St John Houghton Catholic School

Welcome to St. John Houghton Catholic School, the second local school to become part of the WTF community.

WTF’s second Wellbeing Library will be installed ready for the start of the new school term in January.

WTF believe the resources that form the library provision will enable students to find information on a range of topics that might be of interest to them and that will support them through some of life’s challenges. Books, leaflets, self help work books, journals and much more will be available to students, staff and parents.

We do hope that school staff and parents will take the opportunity to explore the resources themselves. We hope they find information and support for themselves so that they are better equipped to advise, guide and care for their children.

Thanks to Miss Bywater for sharing our passion and welcoming us so warmly. We’re looking forward to developing our ties with the school and to hearing about how the students are using the Wellbeing Library.

If you would like to find out more about the Wellbeing Libraries please do get in touch via our contact us page or see our plans and initiatives page for more information.


Funding for this project comes from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund. Thanks to the Government for making this possible.

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