Health and Wellbeing

As a school we take the wellbeing of our pupils and staff seriously. We place great emphasis on the welfare of our school community and provide support, information and guidance to help everyone at our school feel happy. We also celebrate the diverse and inclusive nature of our school community and recognise the faiths, beliefs and needs held by all.

We encourage students to talk to any member of staff they feel comfortable to do so and likewise welcome any parents, guardians or carers with concerns to contact us. This can be done via Year Leaders of Learning or the Front Office.  

Please see below for mental health & wellbeing information, signposting to local services and advice, if you feel you require something more urgent, please contact your GP.