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Mental Health, Wellbeing and Early Help


On this page you will be able to find what we do in school to support the mental health and wellbeing of all our children.

Our school value of ‘Belonging’ is central to our work as a school as we aim to ensure that every child is safe, happy and secure.


We have a Pastoral Care Team who:

  • Provide advice and support to staff, parents and children

  • Take the lead on and work with other staff to co-ordinate whole school activities to promote positive mental health

  • Keep staff up-to-date with information about how to support families and children

  • Make referrals and signpost parents to support

  • Manage the Early Help Process and our internal support programmes


Our pastoral team consists of:

  • SENCO and Inclusion Leader – Ali Lloyd

  • Our DSL Team

  • ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant)

  • Personal Development Curriculum Leader

  • Online Safety Co-Ordinator

Our Circle of Support

What does the support look like?


We would like to share the link for Place2Be. Place2Be is a website providing a wealth of support, ideas and understanding from child mental health experts 

Link to access Place2Be


School Nursing Team - NHS Family Well Being 

We have entered another difficult period in the pandemic when we can feel emotionally overwhelmed, including our children. Please do not suffer alone.
The school nursing offices continue to be manned and to offer support and signposting options at this difficult time.



Please refer to the range of support and resources for children and young people, written to help them with life issues and common problems they may be facing

Link to Hampshire CAMHS 


NHS CAMHS - Help! I'm in crisis

Link to Hampshire CAMHS - Help! I'm in crisis

Hampshire Healthy Families website:

Please refer to the excellent resources attached below. With lots of information including helping our children with their mental health and wellbeing 
Link to Hampshire Healthy Families


BBC Mental Health Tool Kit

Link to BBC Mental Health Tool Kit


Young Minds

Please have a look at these valuable resources from Young Minds, a charity fighting for children and young people's mental health, using the link below


Think Ninja - NHS app

ThinkNinja is a mental health app designed for 10 to 18 year olds. Using a variety of content and tools, it allows young people to learn about mental health and emotional wellbeing, and develop skills they can use to build resilience and stay well. Click on this link to access.


Stop Domestic Abuse Website

Link to Stop Domestic Abuse


Yellow Door Abuse Website

Link to Yellow Door