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Advice, Support and Resources to Support Wellbeing

Who can help?

There are many sources of advice and support for children and young people. Below are some recommended places to get help when you need it. One of the first people we often talk to when we are worried about something is someone we know and trust - such as a parent, family member or a member of our school staff. 

Our school Mental Health First Aiders are Mrs Campbell and Mrs Burnell. They are always happy to talk to you about your worries and can help you.

If you need to talk and aren't in school, these links may also help you.

North Somerset Mental Health and Wellbeing

This directory provides a place for children and young people, their families and professionals to get quick, easy and direct access to up-to-date mental health and wellbeing information in North Somerset, including:

  • Clear, accurate information about support and services available in North Somerset
  • Ideas for activities locally to help you look after your wellbeing
  • Self-help tools and information including online resources

North Somerset Directory of Services


Kooth is an excellent place to go if you need help and support. 


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Childline is another great source of help and support. There are videos, links and activities to support wellbeing and a phone number that you can call.

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Childline website

Young Minds

Young minds has a range of support for Mental Health including sections on Coronavirus advice and support. We support Young Minds and raise awareness of Mental Health each year by participating in #helloyellow on World Mental Health day.

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Young Minds Website