Mental Health and Wellbeing

 

 

Health and Wellbeing

There are many different mediums of support available to students at the College.  These come in the form of both our pastoral support teams which are described in more detail here and a range of recommended resources which students can access.  These resources can be accessed here, via the tabs, or there are many texts available in the reading room as well as the Sixth Form library in the SFSA. We encourage our students to ask for help when they need it and to not be afraid to let their pastoral teams know if they are worried about a friend. An ideal way to do this is by emailing help@uckfield.college which is checked daily.

 

Pastoral leaders (PALs)

  • The PALs are available at break and lunchtime and after college to talk to students about any worries or personal issues they might be having; these can be issues involving learning as well as family and relationship worries.

  • Their role is to support students’ welfare, well-being and self-esteem so they can achieve their potential - to give intensive mentoring, anger management and mentoring for students.

 

 

Directors of Year (DoY)

  • Their role is to identify issues that might impact the year group, to be able to provide relevant PDT to support students, and to create an in-year ethos and identity.

 

 

Community School Nurse from East Sussex School Health Service

  • Students can be referred to the Community School Nurse by the PALs or our Lead First Aider.

  • They deal with both physical as well as emotional issues that the student might have.

  • ChatHealth is a text-only service for 11-19s which is monitored Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Text: 07507 332473

 

College Counsellor

  • The counsellor works in college every week and students can be referred to him via the PALs and the Directors of Year.

 

Students can access the team of people above and can also find information and advice on a variety of issues via the links below (listed alphabetically).

 
     

 

 

Addiction:

 

   
Teens Health Young Minds Stem4

 

Anger:

 

   
Teens Health NHS  

 

Anxiety:

 

   
Young Minds Mind Anxiety UK
     
Teens Health NHS Stem 4

 

Bullying:

 

   
Bullying UK Bullying Org AB Alliance
     
Teens Health Young Minds  
     
If you are experiencing online bullying, or something else online has worried you, please speak to an adult you trust or you can talk to Childline at any time on 0800 1111 or at www.childline.org.uk
     

 

Caring for Someone:

 

   
Care for the Carers Carers Trust ESYC

 

Depression:

 

   
Young Minds MIND SAD
     
Teens Health Stem4  

 

Drinking and Drugs:

 

   
Frank NACOA Addaction
     
Teens Health Young Minds NHS

 

Eating Disorders:

 

   
Beat Mayo NHS
     
Teens Health Young Minds Stem 4

 

Friends and Relationships:

 

   
Teens Health Young Minds  

 

General Wellbeing and Advice:

 

   
C360 The Mix Rise Above
     
Open for Parents Mind Stem 4
     

 

ChatHealth - Advice for Teens in East Sussex

Text: 07507 332 473

This service is provided by the East Sussex School Health Service for young people aged 11-19. You will get a reply within 24 hours from an NHS School Nurse between 8.30am and 5:00pm, Monday to Friday (except bank holidays).

     

 

Good Diet and Nutrition:

 

   
Nutritionist Resource Teens Health NHS

 

Health, Resilience and Wellbeing:

 

   
Time to Change e-motion NHS
     
Teens Health Young Minds Stem 4
     
Boing Boing

 

   

 

How you Look:

 

   
Young Minds Teens Health  

 

Mental Health:

 

   
Teens Health Mind Young Minds
     
Stem 4    

 

Mindfulness:

 

   
Teens Health    

 

Online Safety:

 

   
UK Safer Internet Centre Teens Health Young Minds
     

 

Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online?

 

CEOP helps any child or young person under the age of 18 who is being pressured, forced or tricked into taking part in sexual activity of any kind. This can be something that has taken place either online or in ‘the real world’, or both. The CEOP Safety Centre has clear information and advice on what can be reported to CEOP, the reporting process and what will happen if you do decide to make a report. You can visit the CEOP Safety Centre and make a report directly to CEOP by clicking the Click CEOP button.

 

CEOP

 

If you are experiencing online bullying or something else online has worried you please speak to an adult you trust, or you can talk to Childline at any time on 0800 1111 or at www.childline.org.uk.

     

 

Puberty:

 

   
NHS Young Minds  

 

Radicalisation:

 

   
Educate Against Hate Hope not Hate Lets Talk

 

Self Harm:

 

   
Self Harm Stem 4 Young Minds
     
NSPCC    

 

Self Image:

 

   
Teens Health Young Minds  

 

Sexuality:

 

   
Sexwise NHS Stonewall
     
Allsorts    

 

Suicidal Thoughts:

 

   
Papyrus