Getting help at school from the Emotional Wellbeing Team

Who are we?

We are your school’s Emotional Wellbeing Team. Emotional Wellbeing Teams are a government initiative also known nationally as Mental Health Support Teams. 

We know, from time to time, people need support with their emotional wellbeing and mental health, so we are here to help. We’re specially trained to share ideas about looking after your mental health, and to offer early help with emotional wellbeing and mental health difficulties. Getting the right support early can help prevent problems getting bigger, so you can enjoy school, home, time with families and friends, and other activities.

Who can we help?

We can work with all students by supporting your school to promote emotional wellbeing and mental health across the whole school community. We can work with you in groups or 1:1 sessions to support you with more specific difficulties.

How we can help

There’s a number of ways we can support you, including:

  • Whole school activities and workshops to promote emotional wellbeing and increase your understanding of how to take care of your mental health
  • Smaller group and 1:1 sessions for young people with difficulties such as anxiety, exam stress, problems with sleep, and low mood.

How to get support

If you would like support with your emotional wellbeing, please speak to your school’s Emotional Wellbeing Practitioner or a member of staff at school.  tree

You can also find us by calling the NHS Single Point of Access on: 0800 011 3474 (select option 1, then option 3).

You can find more details of other ways to find wellbeing and mental help support below.

How else can I get help?

There are a number of ways to find wellbeing and mental health support:

Kooth provides free, safe and anonymous support online.

Moodspark. A place where young people aged 10-16 can learn how to look after their emotional and mental health and find ways to help them bounce back when life gets tough.

Need help now?

Our teams work 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. If you need to speak to someone urgently about your mental health, please contact:

NHS Single Point of Access: stone
Tel: 0800 011 3474

Childline Tel: 0800 1111 or Txt: ‘shout’ to 85258

Tel: 116123

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