Please use this Anxiety Booklet for top tips for young people and parents to help with anxiety.

To find out more ways to help support children who are worried, click on the link below:

7 ways to help anxiety

Suicide Risk

In these strange times, it is possible that people we know are going through really difficult situations at home be it Covid, or Mental illness linked. Here is some information that will provide advice if you have any concerns around suicide:

Help for suicidal thoughts – NHS

Suicide Mental Health Foundation

Suicide Risk Leaflet

PAPYRUS was founded in 1997 by a mother, Jean Kerr, from Lancashire following the loss of her son to suicide. PAPYRUS was initially set up as the Parents’ Association for the Prevention of Young Suicide, hence the name PAPYRUS.  PAPYRUS is the national charity dedicated to the prevention of young suicide.  If you are concerned about someone, please click this link for help or guidance or call 08000684141


Childline is a service that’s run by the NSPCC. They are available to support every child or young person in the UK. If you’re worried or are worried about someone else and would like support you can call them free on 0800 1111 you’ll get through to a counsellor, they’re there to listen and support you with anything you’d like to talk about. Or you can have a 1-2-1 counsellor chat online.

Please use this link for more information on how to contact childline on line or if you want more advice or help


Free Online Counselling for children and young people, accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop! Your online mental wellbeing community. Free, safe and anonymous support. For more information and to sign up for free please click here

If you are concerned about your child’s mental health please speak to your GP or a member of the safeguard team.



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