This page contains some useful resources and contacts, for both parents and students, who may be experiencing difficult times, have concerns about an individual/loved one; or, who just need pointing in the right direction.

In the event you have a problem, you can talk with any member of our staff, in confidence, and Trish Hoskin is our designated Safe-Guarding Officer.


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The Blurt Foundation – offer support for depression with plenty of self-help information – including free printable resources to help promote well-being. 

Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) – offer support for the prevention of suicide. They have a helpline and a web chat for support, open 5pm-midnight all year round. They also offer self help resources, and a lot of advice for looking after mental health during the pandemic. 

Young Minds UK – offers a text service for young people in crisis (

Some good tips for looking after your mental health during the pandemic (

Shout – offer a free crisis text support line across the UK, runs 24/7.

Time to Change Advice and helpful tips for those experiencing mental health problems.

Samaritans Whatever you’re going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. We’re here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online?


5 Ways to Wellbeing Information

5 Ways to Wellbeing during the Coronavirus Pandemic


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