Well-being & Mental Health Support
Place2Be Mental Health Week Awareness
Resources to support Well-Being
Story for children - How not to go to schoolStory to support pupils not attending school currently
Kooth Support for children aged 11-19 (Year 6)
Kooth is a BACP(British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.) accredited service.
The BACP is a charity which creates and maintains a framework for its members by providing guidelines which are generated through research conducted on counselling and psychotherapy.
Kooth is also an NHS service provider.
The kooth platform is available from Monday to Friday between 12 pm and 10 pm. On Saturday and Sunday, the Kooth service is available from 6 pm to 10 pm.
On Kooth you can:
Chat to the counsellors who are on the Kooth platform
Read articles which are written by young people who may be your peers
On the Kooth web platform, you will essentially be on a community forum where you can interact with other people who are logged in on the Kooth community. These may be different people who are battling their own mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, loneliness etc.
On the Kooth platform, you will be able to keep a journal of your day to day activities so you can review them later to see how you have progressed.
“Mental health is defined as a state of well being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.”
Over the course of their education, children spend over 7,800 hours at school.
With such a huge amount of time spent in the classroom, our school provides an ideal environment for promoting good emotional well being. We promote this through many ways including P4C (Philosophy for Children) sessions and work based around our values.
Mental Well being in Covid-19 closures
Feeling concerned or overwhelmed by the news is understandable. It might be that you’re anxious about your own health, the health of someone in your family, or what impact the virus will have on your life. Here are some steps you can take if you are feeling anxious:
- Talk to someone trusted
- Arm yourself with the facts (see the NHS website)
- Limit the amount of news you are exposed to
- Plan your time
- Find things that help you feel calm
Mind Link (external)Information for help for young people
Well being support calendars