Website Mental health/wellbeing information
The Centre School is committed to supporting every student with their mental health and wellbeing to ensure they have the opportunity to develop their full potential.
Students can speak with any member of staff if they feel they need help or someone to talk to, use report a concern on the website or email email@example.com (hyperlink)
Listed below are some resources for parents/carers and young people to support with mental health and emotional wellbeing.
If you feel a young person is not safe/in crisis contact CPFT First response Service by calling NHS 111 (Option 2)
Offers help to children and young people with their emotional wellbeing and mental health. It is available to those up to the age of 25 and offers a range of support including therapies, counselling and guided self-help.
Referrals can be made to YOUnited by a GP or any professional working with children or young people – speak to school staff to discuss further.
www.keep-your-head.com Website with information about young people and mental health
www.youngminds.org.uk Website with information about young people and mental health
www.stem4.org.uk Website supporting young people’s mental health including apps for managing mood, self harm and anxiety.
www.nessieined.com – website supporting parents, offering workshops, support groups, parent support line.
Childline 0800 1111 www.childline.org.uk
This is a confidential advice and support service, they are available all day every day.
If young people want to chat to someone online they can contact Kooth.
This is a free, confidential, anonymous text support service. Young people can text anytime anyday.
Text YM to 85258
Centre 33 Phone 0333 4141809 Text/Whatsapp 07514 783745
Young people can phone/text or whatsapp between 12-5pm Monday-Friday and 10am-1pm on Saturdays.
Chathealth 07480 635443 www.chathealth.nhs.uk
This is a confidential advice and support service, and young people will speak to a school nurse, they are available on weekdays and term time.
Samaritans 116 123
Offers a confidential listening service anytime any day.
Papyrus – Hopeline 0800 068 4141 07860 039967
Young people can phone or text between 9am and midnight, for young people struggling with suicidal thoughts
Online Safety at The Centre School
At The Centre School we recognise the value of the internet and technology, however we are also fully aware of the potential dangers of misuse.
The Centre School has a whole school approach to online safety, which includes Acceptable Use Agreements for staff and students. Students are familiarised with these expectations when first starting at The Centre School. The curriculum also offers opportunities for students to identify and manage the risks they may be exposed to via the internet, social media, gaming, or use of mobile communications.
If you would like to speak to a member of staff directly regarding an online safety concern please contact The Centre School office on 01954 288789.
Parents/carers and students can also report a concern via the Report a concern button on The Centre School website or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Below are a number of useful websites which address online safety, and include advice, information and guidance to parents/carers