Wellbeing

Pupil wellbeing

 

Please explore the links below for support regarding children’s wellbeing. You are always welcome to speak to a member of staff if you have concerns about your child’s wellbeing. This could be your child’s class teacher, our family liaison officer (Lydia Aldred) or our SENCO and mental health champion (Katherine Thomas).

Just One Norfolk

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The Just One Norfolk website has advice for parents of children age 0-19 on a wide range of topics, including sleep, toileting, behaviour, special education needs, emotional wellbeing and healthy lifestyles. The Just One Norfolk team includes emotional wellbeing practitioners who work with pupils and families - you can phone the helpline to self-refer.

Point 1 is a service available in Norfolk that supports the emotional wellbeing of children and young people. Parents can refer their child themselves using the helpline. Point 1 can support children with a range of difficulties, including (but not limited to) anxiety, low mood, issues around food, low self-esteem, coping with loss and anger management.

Nelson's Journey

If you’re under 18, live in Norfolk and have experienced the death of someone close to you, you can get support here. You can self-refer your child to this service.

Call: 01603 431788

Young Minds

Please click on the link for advice for families concerning young people’s mental health. Young minds also have online courses for parents and a free parent helpline.

Every mind matters

The NHS 'Every Mind Matters' site has a webpage dedicated to offering support for parents who have children experiencing mental health difficulties.

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MindEd for Families

Please click on the link for online advice for families concerning young people’s mental health; this site includes free e-learning courses.

Sleep east.

This organisation offers support for families with children who have difficulty sleeping.  Please click on the image above to go to their website.

If as a parent you need well-being support, you may wish to self-refer to the Norfolk NHS well-being service. Additionally, your GP can of course advise regarding mental health support for children and adults.

Help in a crisis

For 24/7 immediate advice, support and signposting for people with mental health difficulties in Norfolk and Suffolk

Phone: First Response on 0808 196 3494

 

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