Many children and young people may be experiencing a variety of emotions in response to the COVID-19 outbreak such as anxiety, stress or low mood, and we know that during the pandemic, education staff have been doing all they can to support their pupils’ and students’ mental health and wellbeing.
Our Mental Health Officer on site is Mrs M Heron.
- Tips for talking about mental health
- Helping your child cope with media coverage of traumatic events
- What parents should know
- Facts for parents
- Children with intellectual disabilities: what parents should know
- A parent's guide
- Top tips if your child is being bullied
- Tips for children
- What if my child is bullying another child?
- If your child is being bullied for being LGBTQ+
- What you can do to tackle LGBTQ+ bullying
- Tips for talking to your child’s school about bullying
- Understanding anorexia nervosa
- Understanding bulimia nervosa
- Talking to your child about an eating disorder
- Treatment for your child’s eating disorder
- Helping your child recover from an eating disorder
- The dangers of pro-anorexia and pro-bulimia sites for young people
- Eating disorders and the internet