Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

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Mental wellbeing

Mental wellbeing

It is important to take care of your mental health during this difficult time. Click the buttons below for tips on how best to do this.

Take care of yourself

School of Hard Knocks Wellbeing Pack 2020

CAHMS arts therapies for families

Contact numbers for support services

Autistic Society

For impartial, confidential
information along with advice and
support for autistic people and their
families and carers.
0808 800 4104
CALM (Campaign Against
Living Miserably)

Help and online support to help and
prevent suicide and depression
0800 585 858
Change Grow Live
Confidential drug and alcohol
service for young people
0808 169 8711
PALS (Patient
Advice and Liaison Service)

Advice, support and mediation of
health and care related matters in
local trusts.
0800 587 2108
Free advice and support for young
people (under 19's).
0800 11 11
Family Lives
Help and support for struggling
0808 800 2222

Lone Parent Helpline
Guidance and support for single
parents around the key issues they
face, including benefits and
0800 018 502

National Centre for Domestic
Violence (NCDV)

Advice and protection against
domestic violence.
0800 970 2070
Text: NCDV to 60777
MIND Mental Health
Advice and support to support mental
health issues and promote awareness.
0208 215 2243

Family Action
Practical, financial and emotional
support to isolated or disadvantaged
families across the country.
0808 802 6666

Text 07537 404 282

ManKind Initiative
Support for male victims of domestic
abuse and violence.
01823 334 244
Practical and emotional support for the
LGBT+ community who are experiencing
domestic abuse and violence.
0800 999 5428


Support for parent carers