Mental health in schools

Mental health in schools

Helping young people in schools and colleges

Positive well-being and mental health underpin students learning, achievement, school attendance and participation. Positive family support and home-school relations are crucial for every student’s success.

Every school and college wants the very best, evidence-based support to protect the mental health and well-being of their students and foster their resilience.

Our schools-based programmes can offer:

  • Classroom and workshop-based support for students
  • Tailored individual one to one sessions, and family support for vulnerable students with more complex needs
  • Parent and parenting support
  • Staff training, consultation, advice and guidance

Our partnerships with local schools means that children and young people will receive effective early intervention that improves their mental health, builds their resilience and prevents their difficulties escalating.

We are here to help support students’ learning and achievement, attendance and participation and home-school relationships.

Child Wellbeing Practitioners (CWP)

Child Wellbeing Practitioners are low intensity support services for young people.

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CUES is a schools based program for primary aged children.

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DISCOVER is an innovative school-based workshop programme for sixth form students who experience anxiety, low mood and high stress.

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Mental Health Support Teams (MHST)

Mental Health Support Teams (MHST) are low intensity services for young people in schools.

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