Being mentally healthy

Support and Guidance for families with well-being concerns.

We take the health and wellbeing of our pupils very seriously and aim to provide the very best in pastoral care. All our staff are trained in safeguarding and with the support of the Trusts Safeguarding Leads, PSHE Leads and SEN Leads, our teaching staff really focus on the health and well-being of all our pupils, as well as their academic progress. In addition to support from class teachers, we provide pupils who require extra pastoral support with a key contact person in school who provides additional support for the pupil and their family.

During this difficult time emotional heath and well-being is important. Please follow the link below for help and advise to support you and your family through COVID -19.

North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare’s NEW Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Portal *only for North Staffordshire (Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire Moorlands) and Stoke-on-Trent*

North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare’s vision for children and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) is “to deliver a future where young people and their families are empowered to use technology to revolutionise their care”. This is a transformation from traditional clinical referrals to a self-empowered model where children, families and professionals are able to access advice, materials and support. The transformation is achieved by creating a flexible Combined Care System that brings together information for clinicians, carers, schools and community services.

In addition to the wealth of information available, now anyone can make a routine referral or self-refer to access children’s and young people’s mental health services via: