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Last updated: January 22nd, 2024

Student Wellbeing

Student Wellbeing

If students feel that they need additional support please encourage them to speak to a trusted adult in school – their Head of Year, Form Tutor, the School Counsellor, the School Chaplain or any of their teachers. We have a wide range of support available including:

  • Peer mentoring
  • Staff mentoring
  • CAMHs link worker
  • East to West Early Help Mentoring

All of this support can be accessed via their Head of Year.

We appreciate that some students feel more comfortable seeking help from external organisations. Below is a list of organisations who can help.

Additional Support

Mindworks Surrey – The Children and Young People’s Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Service
Youngminds – Fighting for young people’s mental health
The Mix – Essential support for under 25s
Kooth – Your online mental wellbeing community
Childline – free service for children and young people who need support or advice
Samaritans – We’re here to listen

Self Help Resources

For some students, working through set tasks can be a useful way of understanding and supporting their own wellbeing. We would call this ‘self help’. Below are resources which provide ‘self help’ activities to do independently. Remember, although it’s good to be independent, there is always someone your child can talk to if they need additional help (see below).

Summer Self Care Plan
Teen best version of you booklet
Teen self help Anxiety