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Wellbeing

 

Cromwell Community College is proud of the ongoing work it is undertaking to support the wellbeing and positive mental health of our students; work that has been recognised through a Silver Carnegie Award. We firmly believe that the mental health and wellbeing of our students is a top priority and by working together with parents we can support our students to fulfil their potential in a safe and nurturing environment.

 

  • Mental Health and Safeguarding Policies are available to view
  • Our appointed Mental Health and Wellbeing lead works alongside our school Wellbeing Team.
  • We continue to raise awareness of wellbeing, through assemblies, PSHE days, group work, staff training, parent information sessions, newsletters and articles.
  • Provide excellent wellbeing support from our Inclusion Team; providing 1 to 1sessions and evidence based group interventions.
  • We are able to refer to a range of external agencies, such as CHUMS, EMBRACE and CAMH for additional support for our students.

 

Centre33 is an agency offering free and confidential support and information for young people aged 13-25. Their 'Someone to talk to' service is offering telephone support and telephone counselling. Young people are able to self-refer through the helpline via:

Telephone:  0333 4141 809

Text/WhatsApp:  07514 783745  

The telephones are staffed Monday-Friday 12-5 and Saturdays 10-1.

When this service is not open you can email help@centre33.org.uk or via their website www.centre33.org.uk.

 

Please follow these links for lots of information about additional agencies that can help and support:

Click HERE for students 

Click HERE for parents/carers

If you would like any further information or support please do not hesitate to contact your child’s form Tutor or Head of Year in the first instance.  

 

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