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Student wellbeing

The school provides various types of support to help our pupils when things aren’t going so well. Apart from their tutor, Head of House or Head of Year 7 who may be able to sort certain issues fairly quickly, the following people and services are on site if they are needed

First Aid – there are various qualified First Aiders around the school but pupils can go directly to Student Reception situated in H Block

School Nurse – is available for a weekly drop-in on Wednesday lunchtimes in Room H1C 

Thrive Mental Health support – is available for a weekly drop-in on Tuesday lunchtimes in Room H1C

Support for a range of other emotional and well -being needs can also be arranged with specific school-based staff as agreed through our referral channels

Online help:

Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people

Monday – Friday - 12pm – 10pm
Saturday – Sunday - 6pm – 10pm


Free support for children 24 hours a day
tel: 0800 1111



tel: 0300 003 1781  

Children and Young People's Counselling Service


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The Safeguarding Team

can be contacted at any time if you have concerns about the safety or well-being of a child

Designated Safeguarding Lead:  Mr C Smith - Deputy Heateacher (Pastoral)
Deputy Safeguarding Leads:

Lydia Smith (Inclusion and Support)

Sarah Warr (SENCo)

Sue Wort ( Parent Support Adviser)

Sue Geoghegan (Transition Coordinator)

Theresa Cooper (Alternative Provision and pastoral Support)