The information below is for our young people and their families who are adjusting to difficult circumstances. You may be having to deal with mild or temporary difficulties as a family or as a young person. You may feel that you would benefit from some extra advice and information to find the best ways of supporting your own or your young person’s mental health and wellbeing.
Anna Freud on my mind For CYP of all age groups and parent / carers and educational professionals
My Mind For CYP of all age groups and parent / carers and education professionals
Childline For CYP under 12 years
Visyon For Parent / Carers of CYP aged under 11 - this may be a listening ear or help with sign posting and or recorded webinars such as managing anxiety
Visyon For CYP aged 11 plus - this may be a listening ear or help with sign posting and or recorded webinars such as managing anxiety
Mental health and wellbeing APPS for CYP of mixed age groups
Kidscape For CYP of all ages - tips on dealing with bullying and cyberbullying and ways for young people to build their confidence
Educational Action Challenging Homophobia (EACH) For CYP up to 18 years of age - for children experiencing homophobic, biphobic or transphobic bullying or harassment
Kooth For CYP 11 to 25 years
Childline For CYP aged 12 years and over
Young Minds For CYP aged 12 years and over
Youth Council For CYP aged 11 to 18 years. Have your say and be involved in decision making processes locally and regionally
ChatHealth – text messaging facility for 11–19-year-olds (delivered by the School Nursing Team)
Mind – For CYP aged 12 years and over
Ditch the Label For CYP aged 12 to 25 years - issues from mental health and bullying to identity, Asian hate crimes and relationships
Boloh Supports Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic children (11+), young people and parents and carers who have been affected by Covid-19. You can call to talk through any worry or problem, including around issues bullying and racism. 0800 151 2605
The Mix For CYP aged 13 to 25 years
Sane For Young People aged 16 years and over
Student Minds For Young People aged 16 years plus
Charlie Waller Trust For young people starting sixth form, college and university
Barnardo’s See, Hear, Respond programme, For vulnerable CYP around the country who are experiencing negative impacts on their health and wellbeing, as well as those at risk of harm.
Unifrog All year groups have access to Unifrog, which is used to help our students find their future. The user-friendly platform helps students make the best choices, and submit the strongest applications. It is partnered with universities and employers to support students to be successful, in career and university applications.
Years 10 and 11 use Unifrog to set up their work experiences and years 12 and 13 use Unfrog g to find a world of university opportunities and compile and submit excellent applications.