Who Can help in school?
Physical - If you are hurt or feel unwell in school there are lots of people who can help you. Lots of the adults in school have trained as first aiders. During the school day this usually means a visit to the office at lunchtime all of our lunchtime supervisors have been trained.
Wellbeing - Sometimes we might feel sad, tired or unsure how we feel. We can always talk to one of the adults in school, your Class Teachers and Learning Support Assistants will know you best, but you can talk to anyone you trust. Mr Canning is our Mental Health Ambassador and can usually be found on the yard or in the library at lunchtimes.
Learning - Sometimes we feel like we need help with our work in class. You can speak to your class teacher or one of the Learning Support Team. You might want to go to speak to Mrs Pooke in the butterfly room or have a chat with Mr Delaney in his office.
Social and Emotional - What if you’ve fallen out with your friends or you are worried about a family member or anything else you are worried about.. You can pop your name inside one of the bubbles outside of class if you want an adult to speak to you. You can put your worry inside the worry monster or the worry box in class. You might want to go and see what books and advice we might have in the butterfly room or speak to Mrs Pooke or Mr Canning.
You can talk to Childline about anything. No problem is too big or too small.
Call us free on 0800 1111 or get in touch online. However you choose to contact us, you're in control. It’s confidential and you don’t have to give your name if you don’t want to.