Mental Health & Wellbeing
If you have any concerns around your child's mental health and emotional wellbeing, please contact the school's senior mental health lead, Sarah Cadogan, via the school phone number 01706 342342 or by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. She is always happy to listen and advise and will signpost you to available support and services. The school is part of the Mental Health Support Teams Project and has access to an onsite Mental Health Practitioner, one day a week. Referrals to the practitioner are made via Mrs Cadogan and Mrs Beswick, the school's pastoral lead. Please use the links below to access some useful wellbeing resources such as the Storytime mental health activity pack, full of activities for parents to complete with their children.
Please visit the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) website for information and advice:
Please visit the Our Rochdale website to access a wide range of local services and resources:
19.06.22 Please access the Place2Be Parenting Smart website for lots of practical tips and guides to supporting children's wellbeing and behaviour.
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31.01.22 Results and analysis from our recent parent mental health and wellbeing survey are available by clicking on the link below.
7th - 11th February 2022. We supported Children's Mental Health Week by completing activities around the theme of 'Growing Together' and holding a special assembly around mental health which was led by our Young Person's Mental Health Practitioner, Harriet, and our school council. We rounded the week off with 'Dress As Your Role Model Day', which gave staff and pupils the opportunity to dress as the people who were important influences on their lives.
14.09.22 New guide to dealing with grief added. Please click the link below to access it.
11.01.23 New Parent Guide and video about Talking Mental Health added. Please click on the play button to watch the video.
07.02.23 Link to videos from dragonflyimpact added, to support parents with the mental health and wellbeing of their children: https://www.dragonflyimpact.com/MHweekvideos
27.03.23 Harriet and Katie, school mental health practitioners, did a wellbeing workshop with Class 4M (pictured below). They completed activities around emotional regulation, mindfulness, sensory breaks and being active. More pictures can be found through our News and Events Gallery link.