Resilience and Wellbeing

Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Vision Statement

Please visit our Wellbeing guide for your physical and mental health during the coronavirus lockdown.

As an Ursuline school we commit to promoting positive social and emotional wellbeing, mental health and resilience for pupils, staff and everyone in our community. We acknowledge that this task must be shared by everyone – governors, staff, students, parents and visitors in a spirit of openness and mutual support. All members of our community will endeavour to create an environment that is stimulating, secure and provides opportunities for all to grow in knowledge, strength and love.

At times all of us feel worried and afraid….

There are many people and organisations who are here to help you.

  • If you need to talk to someone about your feelings while at school, you can talk to any of our Designated Safeguarding Leads or ANY teacher at any time.
  • Mrs Durrant, Ms Johnson, Mrs Adams, Mrs Lanzon and Ms Kerr are always there to listen to you if you feel you need help with your problems.

If you are at home and need some support try these wonderful websites and helplines who are there for exactly that reason!

Links to help you:

Click here to contact Child Line:​

Click her to call the Hope Line at Papyrus:

Click here to contact the Samaritans:

Click here to contact SANE:

Click here for help with your emotions:

Click here for the childine toolbox:

Click here for help with bullying:

Click here for staying safe online:

Click here for help with thoughts about self harming:

Click here for help with gender issues:

Click here for advice with eating problems:

Click here to contact MIND:

Click here to contact The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust:

Click here to contact the Education Support Partnership for Professionals:

Click here to contact the Anna Freud Centre:

Please remember that you are not alone – there are many people who understand and are here to help you.