Support during the Coronovirus Crisis

Support during the Coronovirus Crisis

This is a particularly challenging time for our whole school community,

and we are aware that some of you may be wondering how best to support your child’s wellbeing at this time. Some of you may feel that you need additional support for your own wellbeing  too.

I would like to remind you of the wellbeing section on our website, which has some useful links and also directly signpost you to some resources that I have found particularly helpful.

If you are worried about your child’s wellbeing and mental health, please do let us know. We have a very experienced pastoral team, including your child’s form tutor, their Head of Year and our Pastoral Support workers, and they are all here to support your child.
Please contact us on and we will ensure that a key member of staff gets back in touch with you.

If you have an urgent concern about your child, and you feel that they are in a mental health crisis situation, please contact NHS 111 option 2 or take your child to their GP.

Mrs Camilla Saunders

Tips on how to talk to teenagers so they open up to you from MindEd for families
How to support your child with their anxiety by Young Minds

Talking to a child who is worried about Coronavirus by NSPCC 

and from Young Minds

Parent’s helpline – worried about your child?  A confidential helpline where you can ask for advice via phone, email or webchat. 

Supporting your own wellbeing

Supporting a child returning to school after lockdown by Young Minds

Looking after your feelings & body Advice from Public Health England

Students with Autism - Self Isolation Guidance for parents

Covid 19 - Information on when to seek help if your child is ill. 

Mental Health Resources

Talking to your child about Coronavirus

Camilla Saunders
Inclusion and Wellbeing Lead
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