‘Keeping Well

Please follow the link to view the latest information on the Coronavirus from the Government www.gov.uk/coronavirus


Stay Well” The mental health service for young people aged 8 – 18 would like to share their services currently running in Stoke-on-Trent. There are wellness workshops, peer support meetings and 1:1 counselling available. Check out the attached poster or follow the links.

Stay Well Service poster



Children’s Mental Health Week 1st-7th February 2021

The Stay Well partnership have joined to provide children, families and professionals with a programme of bite size workshops, peer support and training around a range of topics relating to the mental health of children to celebrate this week.

Please see the below poster detailing the schedule

Children’s Mental Health Week Programme

The Winter Wellness Project is here to support young people under 18, across Stoke-On-Trent and Staffordshire until 31.03.2021.

Speak Up Space is offering instant messaging support during school hours for this limited time only to help young people during these challenging times.

You can book these sessions via the website here. They made the following video below to explain more about how it works or you can click here to watch.

Time’s ticking for you to take advantage of this support during the school day which can be really important now that we’re in lockdown again. Remember that you can chat about anything that’s important to you.


BBC Headroom

The BBC have a dedicated page called Headroom that is a ‘mental health toolkit’.  

Mindful Tips ● Mood Mixes ● Personal Stories ● Motivation


Please follow the link to view advice and guidance on mental health from The Mental Health Foundation in light of the outbreak of COVID-19.  www.mentalhealth.org.uk/publications/looking-after-your-mental-health-during-coronavirus-outbreak

Please see the following link for students, parents and staff during this unsettled period of time https://www.kc-kd.com/ It offers us all support and guidance on how we may approach the next few months.  We hope you find them useful.

Please follow the link to view some useful tips from Action for Happiness on how to keep mentally healthy during these uncertain times. www.actionforhappiness.org/news/how-to-keep-mentally-healthy-during-uncertain-times 

Please click the following link to view information on Stoke on Trent City Council Wellbeing Sessions

Please click the following link to view important advice for parents and carers during the outbreak of Coronavirus

Please follow the link to view the latest safeguarding update: Online Safety.  Here you will find some useful links to help you keep your children safe online.