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Mental Health for young people

Ongoing Mental Health support for your child

Arrange an appointment with your child's for tutor, House Support Office or House Manager to discuss your concerns.  They can let you know what support we can offer in school such as ELSA or our school counsellor.

Emotional Wellbeing Service.  Trained practitioners meet weekly with young people for individual or group sessions, to support them to develop strategies to manage their feelings.

 

Childline provides trained counsellors who are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to listen to children.  This support is free and children can phone or email.

 

  Kooth offers free online counselling for young people.

 

 

 

Support for young people who self harm or have suicidal thoughts

The Amber Project offer individual and group support to young people who self harm.

 

The Jacob Abraham Foundation can offer support to families affected by suicide.

 

f you are worried about your child self harming or expressing suicidal thoughts, you can make an urgent appointment with your GP. Please contact school and let pastoral staff know - we can let you know more about the support that is available and offer your child support in school.

If you suspect that your child is at immediate risk of harm, take them to A & E.