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Mental Health

NHS information on self-help -  https://web.ntw.nhs.uk/selfhelp/

Early Help Info Link  http://www.dcfp.org.uk/early-help


Find help and support for a range of issues at https://youngminds.org.uk/find-help/



On Kooth you can:

Chat to friendly counsellors

Read articles written by young people

Get support from the Kooth community

Write in a daily journal


Visit the School Nurse


On Monday lunchtimes in the Student Support Centre.

Sexual health doctor or nurse at the Thursday Drop-In

also in the Student Support Centre (Year 9 upwards).

More help:

  • Mind of my own Mind Of My Own helps children and young people express themselves and communicate with professionals (social work, foster carer, support worker) in their lives. Mind Of My Own’s “One” app can easily be accessed on any device and is simple to use. Young people can download the app from the website or from their App store. If a young person does not have a device or would rather not download the app, they can create an account via the website.

  • Childline Get help and advice about a wide range of issues, call us on 0800 1111, talk to a counsellor online, send Childline an email or post on the message boards.

  • Frank Find out everything you need to know about drugs, their effects and the law. Talk to Frank for facts, support and advice on drugs and alcohol today.

  • PACE UKPace works alongside parents and carers of children who are – or are at risk of being – sexually exploited by perpetrators external to the family. We offer guidance and training to professionals on how child sexual exploitation affects the whole family.

  • ThinkUKnowThinkuknow is an education programme from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command.

  • HappyMapsWorried about your child's behaviour or mental health and not sure what's normal? Wondering whether to go and see your GP?