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Wellbeing

At Bilton C of E Junior school we take the mental health and wellbeing of pupils, staff and families very seriously.  We recognise that everyone's life experiences vary and sometimes the challenges encountered can make people vulnerable. With this in mind, and in addition to the support you can access from our school's Home/School Support Worker Mrs Suzanne Hodgson, we  have created this page to enable those in our school community to understand more about some of the help available locally:

In School we aim to:

  • Help children understand their emotions and feelings
  • Be able to talk about their feeling in a safe space
  • Develop emotional resilience
  • Ensure our pupils know that they are valued
  • Help children form and maintain relationships
  • Promote self-esteem
  • Celebrate difference

 

Some common life events that may affect you or your child's Mental Wellbeing:

  • Loss or bereavement.
  • Loneliness.
  • Relationship problems.
  • Issues at school.
  • Money worries.

 

Everyone deserves to feel good - to help with Mental Wellbeing:

  • Build positive relationships.
  • Take time for yourself.
  • Look after your mental health.
  • Look after your physical health

 

In school you can:

 

  • Talk about your feelings with your friends.
  • Be around positive people.
  • Join an afterschool club.
  • Speak to a member of staff.
  • Ask for help
  • Be physically active (a Health body and mind are closely linked).

Anna Frued National Centre for Children and Families

Childline

Children & Family Centre

Children's Community Autism Support Services (CCASS)

The CCASS service is for children and young people (up until their 19th birthday) who are on the neurodevelopmental waiting list for an autism diagnosis, or who have previously received a diagnosis but require support. 

The service can offer low level support, focussing on understanding, communication, sensory integration, processing, behaviour, self-esteem, and daily routines and activities.

Child Sexual Expoitation

Connect for Health

Dimensions Tool

The Education Hub - GOV.UK

FIS provide information and advice and one-to-one support for families with children and young people aged 0 to 25 across Warwickshire

Family Lives

Health for Teens

Kooth

MindEd for Families

The Mix

NSPCC

Parenting Project Counselling Referral Form

Place2Be

Samaritans

Sleep Helpline

Strut Safe

Strut Safe - Support for young people or adults who feel vulnerable walking home Feel unsafe or uncomfortable walking home alone at night? Too late to call anyone you know or they’re not picking up? Call Strut Safe and they’ll stay on the phone with you until you are safe in your home. If necessary, they will also contact the emergency services. Friday and Saturday nights between 7pm and 3am and Sunday nights 7pm until 1am. Call 0333 335 0026 FREE to call   

Warwickshire carers

Warwickshite local welfare scheme

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