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If you do not feel safe or you are worried about someone else, you must speak to an adult you trust.

Mr Withers, Mrs Corken and Ms Gillespie are responsible for safeguarding in school. Please speak to them, or any member of staff, if you have concerns.

 J-Gillespie-web  N-Withers-web  L-Corkn-web
Ms Gillespie’s room is A018
in the English 
Mr Withers’ rooms are C216
or C211, in the History 
Mrs Corken’s room is G007 
in the Science corridor

Think about !!!!

Being mentally and emotionally healthy means that we believe in ourselves and know our worth. We set ourselves goals that we can achieve and can find support to do this.  We are aware of our emotions and what we are feeling and can understand why. We can cope with our changing emotions and we can speak about and manage our feelings.  We understand what others may be feeling and know how to deal with their feelings. We also understand when to let go and not overreact. We know how to make friendships and relationships and how to cope with changes in them. We understand that everyone can be anxious, worried or sad sometimes. We know how to cope with, and bounce back from, changes or problems and can talk about them to someone we trust.

We hope you find the information and sources of support useful in the following leaflets below. 

1. Smoking 2. Alchol Drugs Solvents  3.  Eating well  4. Physical activity  5. Getting enough sleep
 6. Body image 7. Bullying 8. Family problems 9.  Friends and Friendships 10.  Peer pressure
 11. Keeping yourself safe  12.  Someone you care about dies  13.  Being a young carer  14. Coping with school  15.  Coping with Stress Worry and Anxiety
16.  Think about feelings 17.  Self Esteem 18.  Being different 18.  Relationships and Sex 19. Sexual identity
 20. Useful organisations