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Your Mental Wellbeing

Mental Wellbeing

Many pressures impact on the emotional wellbeing and mental health of young people in today’s society.  It is important to show understanding of this both at home and at school. Each young person’s well-being is of paramount importance.

Young people are all individuals and they require varying levels of support as they build their resilience or coping skills.  


If You Are Worried About Your Mental Wellbeing

If you are worried about your mental wellbeing, advice and support can be sought from school, or your GP, as appropriate.

Depending on the timing, and circumstances, other medical services such as Out of Hours or A & E are options. 

In an emergency, phone 999.

AWARE have awarded our school as 'Investors in Mental Health'.  They deliver mental health and well being workshops in our school.

Click here to access their fact sheets on the following - 


  • Anxiety 

  • Bipolar

  • Depression in later years

  • Helping someone with depression and anxiety

  • Helping you with depression

  • Helping you with stress at work

  • Looking after your mental health

  • Post –natal depression

  • Young people and mental health

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