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Mental Health Toolkit

This toolkit (click on the link below) aims to support the emotional wellbeing of all students. A number of mental health self-care strategies have been included, giving students the tools to look after their own mental welfare. Details of external organisations and their contact details are also signposted, with information on appropriate websites, helplines and apps. Both parents and students can use the booklet to identify relevant support and tools which may help.Mental Health ToolkitWatch Video

Alex George

Youth Mental Health Ambassador, Dr. Alex George, gives his five top tops for good mental health and wellbeing, for the February half term holiday. Watch the video to hear his advice for pupils, parents and teachers. 

Clinical Psychologist, Dr Elizabeth Kilbey, shares practical tips for parents to support remote learning in this new video Watch the video

The following organisations offer information and support on mental health and wellbeing:Place2BeMindEdEvery Mind MattersPublic Health EnglandChild Bereavement UKChildhood Bereavement NetworkYouth Sport TrustSport EnglandYoung MindsThink NinjaBarnardo’s See, Hear, Respond Support Hub

Young people can get free, confidential support at any time from government-backed voluntary and community sector organisations by: