Mental Health

Maintaining a positive mental health in all of our stakeholders is a key priority for our staff and governors. As such we recognise that there are a number of factors that can affect our mental health. We work together to limit the effect of these factors, to gain the support needed to improve mental health and build resilience in our community members to resist negative influences.

Our staff are trained in recognising signs of poor mental health, how to support those that may exhibit this and how to escalate to trained professionals to help to improve mental health issues.

Below are a selection of eternal agencies and help guides that can be accessed by all of our stakeholders. If you feel as though you would like support, please refer to the safeguarding team through where we will be more than happy to assist you further. If you or someone else is in direct danger please call 999 to gain immediate help.


Coping with Coronavirus

Coming out of lockdown | Childline

Bereavement Support

Home - Cruse Bereavement Support

Coronavirus and Mental Health Support


Specialist service for children and young people with harmful or problematic sexual behaviour