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Well Being and Mental Health

We are aware that the pressures on our young people have never been greater. Through our PSHE curriculum, our computing curriculum and assemblies, we address some of the issues young people face in the world today and ways in which we can manage our feelings.

There are lots of organisations which offer support and advice for parents and children, below you will find links to some of them.

There are lots of excellent story books available for all ages which address well being issues and mental health. A few examples can be seen by clicking on the menu to the right.

The key thing we stress to our pupils is , if they are worried about anything, do not to worry alone. If they have a concern or a worry, the best thing to do is to share it with an adult at home or at school.

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Looking for a good book?  Head over to our reading section for some inspiration, click on the picture below. 


Looking for a book to support well being and mental health,  which explores different feelings, celebrates diversity and embraces what makes you, you?

Click on the picture below for further details.