Month: May 2020

Online Safety

Be Smart on the Internet – Stay Safe

During the current times, young people are likely to be spending more time using online devices for studying, keeping in touch with friends and for fun.

It is important that parents and children understand the risks of the digital world and know how to stay safe online. We have updated our Online Safety page to help you, including Home Activities that parents can do with their children to ensure a safe online environment.

Please click on the link below to view a list of resources to help both parents and children during the school closure and going forward.

Mental Health Awareness Week: 18 to 24 May 2020

Resources for Students, Parents & Carers

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme that has been chosen by the Mental Health Foundation for 2020 is ‘Kindness’.

‘Kindness’ has been chosen due to the Coronavirus Outbreak, which is having a big impact on people’s mental health.

In these difficult times being kind is something that we can all do and it can really improve our physical and emotional wellbeing . This can be by being kind to yourself, someone you care about or someone you have just met! 

If you have carried out any acts of Kindness recently we would love to hear about them. Let us know by emailing:

If you’re worried about mental health, wellbeing, or if you have any questions please speak to an adult that you trust. It might be a Parent, Teacher, Tutor or the School Counsellor.

If you are struggling with your mental health during isolation, please visit our Mental Health & Wellbeing page for details about Email Support, useful information and Apps to support your wellbeing.

Wellbeing Challenge

Please take part in the Unifrog Wellbeing Challenge below to create your own Wellbeing Timetable.

You can create your timetable however you wish or use the template provided.

Please send your entries to Miss Cooper by Thursday 21 May.