Emotional Health & Well Being
Emotional and Mental Well Being defines how we feel, think and relate to ourselves and others. This has an impact on how we understand the world around us. Positive Mental Health improves our ability to manage, communicate, and
form and sustain relationships.
Coping with other changes in our lives are also affected such as bereavement, transition or parental divorce. Statistics show that one in four people will experience Mental Health problems at some point in their lives.
You can talk to the following people if you feel overwhelmed by things:
- Form Tutor / Class Teacher
- Head of Year / Phase Leader / Senior Leader
- A person you trust
- Your GP
There are different services and organisations available to give you the support you need.
Please select the following links to find support and advice:
Information for young people about mental health and emotional well being as well as online support.
Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people
Monday to Friday – 9am – 10pm
Saturday and Sunday – 6pm – 10pm
What We Do: Young Carers, Sexual Exploitation, Child Poverty & Domestic Violence.
Take part in #SelfcareSummer! Every Tuesday over the school holidays, you can share examples of your self-care strategies by asking a parent or carer to post an image
During the school closure due to the Coronavirus restriction measures you can contact the school if you need support or advice at:
Students and parents can contact directly via this email address. This will be monitored by Mr Riaz, Mrs Portlock and Mrs Malhi during school working hours. Please allow 24 hours for a reply.
Students and parents can contact directly via this email address. This will be monitored by Mr Tonks, Ms Eccles and the pastoral team during school working hours. Please allow 24 hours for a reply.