Support & Help at School
Support in school
You can talk to any member of staff, this includes:
- your form teacher
- the Pupil Support team
- any other teacher
- teaching assistants
- any other adult in school
- the Mental Health First Aiders (see MHFA page)
If you want to talk to someone but are a bit unsure about what to do, then you can leave a note in the Concerns Box outside Mrs Hudson's office. This is checked every day and if you report a concern someone will find you to have a chat
Or you can email: email@example.com
Local organisations and resources can be found on the Healthy Stockport website by clicking the image below...
Trustworthy digital sources of support, guidance and advice for young people in School
As a school, we have been working hard to identify helpful and importantly, "TRUSTED" websites and resources, that supports our pupils Wellbeing and Mental Health.
|Kooth is a free online platform that can offer advice, opportunities to chat with other young people and 1-2-1 support from wellbeing professionals. They can help with anything that affects your wellbeing, from friends and relationships, your identity, to bullying, drugs and alcohol, or the news.
|10-18 Years (Stockport)
|Free - Online, Chat based messaging via drop in or pre booked sessions.
Shout is the UK's first and only free, confidential, 24/7 text messaging support service for anyone who is struggling to cope.Shout 85258 is a de-escalation, volunteer-driven service. This means that we work with people in immediate distress to take them to a calmer moment and empower them with support and techniques to take their next steps to feeling better and handle future issues, as well as possibly signposting someone to further support services or their GP so that they can get continuous and long-term support.
Anyone of any age, who is a resident in the UK, can text the service for support.
More information available on https://giveusashout.org/about-us/faq/Text CONNECT to 85258
|A free Early help and Emotional Wellbeing Service for any Young Person living in Stockport. SHINE will provide you with information, advice and guidance relating to your emotional wellbeing. We may signpost you to a more relevant service, that will be able to support you with your specific, individual needs.
|Free - Online referral and remote sessions and/or weekly wellbeing sessions in Stockport.
Tips and advice to guide you through life's challenges. Whether you're looking to boost your wellbeing, worried about cyber-bullying or have questions about puberty, this is the place to be.