Meet our Mental Health First Aiders…

Emma Barratt
Youth Mental Health First Aider
Michelle Woods
Adult Mental Health First Aider

Meet our Phase Leaders…

Tammy Mitchell
Reception Leader
Lorraine Burrows
KS1 Leader
Anna-Marie Rooney
KS2 Leader


For advice and information on how to look after your mental health and well-being during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak please use this link to access government guidance:

Below is an easy to read guide for looking after your feelings and body during this Coronavirus outbreak..


Please visit the school’s Early Help page to find information and support about how school and other agencies can support you and your child/children’s mental health and well-being. Links to websites and organisations that can support mental health and well-being can also be found below.

A Parent’s Guide to Anxiety

If your child is struggling with worrying or anxiety, the Young Minds website has a range of resources for parents and carers to help you to understand and support your child. Click the link for more details and please do not hesitate to contact school if you feel your child needs more support.

These websites contain useful information and support covering a range of issues. To visit a page please click the website you would like to view…  Remember, if you would like support, there are always people in school that you can talk to.

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Research shows that
• Roughly three children in every school class have a mental health condition

• A staggering 90% of school leaders have reported an increase in the number of
students experiencing anxiety, stress or depression over the last five years

• The number of children and young people who have arrived at A&E with a
psychiatric condition has more than doubled since 2010

YoungMinds is a charity partner of Heads Together, the campaign spearheaded by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry to end the stigma around mental health. The charity also recently launched its Wise Up campaign, which calls on the government to re-balance the education system to make the well-being of students more of a priority in schools.