Wellbeing

WELLBEING AT TOYNBEE – PUPILS AND STAFF


The wellbeing of all members of the Toynbee community is important to us. This guidance outlines the support available to pupils and their families who are struggling with their wellbeing. The first point of call if you are worried about a child who attends Toynbee should be their tutor.

Our designated mental health lead is Mrs Hill: e.hill@toynbee.hants.sch.uk

GETTING SUPPORT AT TOYNBEE SCHOOL


To mirror local initiatives support has been linked to the Thrive model. Support available in school as well as signposting to outside agencies can be found

  

 

If you are concerned for the wellbeing of a child or adult and believe that they are at immediate risk of harm to themselves or others please call 999 or take them to A&E immediately.

 

Please click below for more details about who can support wellbeing in school for pupils and staff

Support for Pupils in school

Support for Staff in school

Signposting for Support Externally

 

CAMHS have some excellent web pages giving specific advice around subjects like anxiety, self-esteem and key mental health issues, they also provide workbooks for a lot of issues as well as videos, podcasts and recommended apps for young people and their families.

 

 


CAMHs resources website has a number of suggestions of books/apps/websites and downloads to support mental health and wellbeing

 

An excellent resource for positive well-being and support of young people. They offer links online and also support young people face to face

 

A local charity working specifically around drugs and alcohol. Their qualified workers can support pupils in and out of school and also offer great advice around this subject

 

 

A relatively new charity that was set up in 2019 to support families and individuals which are looking for key support. Sessions are priced depending on income and you can access help quickly and confidentially

 

  

A National charity that works with pupils who have lost a family member or close friend.

 

 

 

A childhood bereavement charity providing advice, support & resources for grieving children. Bereavement support for children, young people and families after the death of someone.

 

 

 Kooth is a free online counselling service for children. Children are able to speak to trained counsellors, access articles and discussion boards with other young people (all moderated by professionals) and access advice and worksheets that have been prepared for them.

 

Child line offers free, confidential advice and support whatever your worry, whenever you need help

 

 

Whatever you’re going through, call us free any time, from any phone, on 116123. We offer a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you. We won't judge your or tell you what to do; we'll listen to you.

 

Shout is the UK’s first 24/7 text service, free on all major mobile networks, for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere. It’s a place to go if you’re struggling to cope and you need immediate help. Shout is powered by a team of volunteers, who are at the heart of the service. We take people from crisis to calm every single day.

 

 

Signposting

Mind: https://www.mind.org.uk

MHFA: https://mhfaengland.org

Mental Health foundation: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk

Education Support: https://www.educationsupport.org.uk