It is so important to take care of our mental health and well-being and it is important that we recognise there are things that we can do to promote a positive mental health and well-being. One of our pastoral priorities is to ensure that we are educating all students about mental health and well-being and providing them with ways in which they can self-regulate. Of course, we will continue to support students who need specialist support but we are placing a large emphasis on education and self-regulation.
Outline of Pastoral Priority
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click here for a collection of apps that are designed to support young people, adults and families with their mental health and well-being. Some of these do need a paid subscription to use them while others have been made freely available during the Covid-19 situation.
These Apps and further support are also available on to CAMHS website - APPS | CAMHS Resources (camhs-resources.co.uk)
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