Mental Health and Wellbeing
This page contains support for young people and adults (including those who work within schools)
Every Mind Matters: This NHS mental health website has resources which may be useful to both children and adults. Click here to visit the website
My Health Essex: A new initiative set up in association with the NHS West Essex Clinical Commissioning Group and supported by a brilliant team of healthcare professionals, who care about you. Click here to view the website
Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service: On behalf of Essex County Council and the NHS, HCRG Care Group and Barnardo’s provide a range of child and family services throughout Essex that are free at the point of delivery. Click here to view the website
Essex Wellbeing Service: Delivered by an alliance of specialist organisations, Essex residents (excluding Southend-On-Sea and Thurrock) who are registered with a GP and are aged 16+, can receive health and wellbeing support. Whether it's help to quit smoking, social isolation support, weight management, or help with day-to-day needs; EWS is here to help employers, families and communities to stay healthy, safe and well. Click here to visit the website
Mind in West Essex: Our Vision is for West Essex to be a place where people talk openly and positively about mental health, and where everyone gets the support and respect needed to live well.
Click here to view the website.
Click here for details of our school's partnership work with MIND
YCT: A counselling and therapeutic support charity. YCT specialises in supporting children and young people aged 5 – 25 years, their families and the professionals who work with them. Referrals for children can be made by parents/carers and professionals. Click here to view the website
Young Minds: the UK’s leading charity fighting for children and young people's mental health. Click here to view the website
Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families: We nurture and protect children and young people by developing support for infants, children, young people and their families from conception to 25 by bringing together the best in science, research, policy and practice. Click here to view the website
Education Support: The only UK charity dedicated to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of teachers and education staff in schools, colleges and universities. Click here to view the website
SAS Staff Insurance: Confidential wellbeing support is available with SAS under our Staff Absence Insurance and at no additional cost to you or your school. If you are a staff member at our school, click here to see the how SAS can support you.