Support for parents
Below you will find a range of information to help you support all aspects of your child's well-being. Please note that these are external links; the school is not responsible for content on external websites.
Teen sleep hub advice for parents to promote healthy sleep for teenagers, including healthy use of screens.
Teen mental health advice advice for parents on dealing with mental health issues, including how to have difficult conversations with your child.
The links below will all take you to Young Minds, the UK's leading charity fighting for children's and young people's mental health. Please note that these are external links; the school is not responsible for content on external websites.
Anger how to help your child deal with anger issues.
Anxiety issues how to support your child with managing anxiety.
Bullying advice on tackling bullying, including how to seek professional support.
Parents guide to CAMHS how to get help from CAMHS and what support you can expect.
Depression & low mood how to seek help if your child is experiencing depression or low mood.
Early Help & intervention services how to access services to support your child.
Eating disorders how to seek help if your child may have an eating disorder.
Gaming how to promote a healthy approach to gaming.
Gender identity how to seek support if your child has issues with gender identity.
Grief & loss how to help your child to cope with grieving.
Racism & mental health support your child if they have experienced racism.
School anxiety & refusal supporting your child if they experience school-related anxiety.
Self esteem how to support your child with issues related to self esteem.
Self harm seeking support if your child has self-harmed.
Social media helping your child to use social media responsibly and positively.
Suicidal thoughts supporting your child if they have suicidal thoughts.
Trauma supporting your child to cope with the effects of traumatic experiences.