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Health and Well-Being

Maintaining good mental health is very important. Whether you are worried about grades, friends and family relationships, bullying or future plans, we are here to help and support you. Our sharepoint pages are here, offering useful advice and contact details.

Reach out to a teacher you trust either in person or via email or speak to the Safeguarding Lead, Mrs Elton or our Health and Well-Being Lead, Mr Thomas.

Below are links to  websites and mental health organisations that could help. Further guidance on support can be found in this document.



If you are worried about someone, please look at  or contact The Samaritans for help and advice


"There are plenty of good people in the world. If you can't find one, be one."

This article offers tips on coping with exam stress and getting into good habits.

Young Minds is a charity that offers guidance on a looking after your mental health and advice broad range of issues affecting young people from problems in school to body image and mental illnesses.

Beat is a charity aimed at promoting positive body image and raising awareness about eating disorders.

stem4 has downloadable resources on managing mental illness as well as free apps designed for teenagers to manage anxiety or self harm

Call, chat online or email a counsellor about anything that is worrying you.

Shout is a 24/7 text service, free on all major mobile networks, for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere. Use this service if you’re struggling to cope and need immediate help.

Find help and services available locally.

Are you concerned about a friend? Do you know of someone being bullied? Don't stay silent. Anonymously let a member of staff know using the form below.

Thank you for your message.

Concerns form
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