Pupil Well Being


Looking after your wellbeing

In the current COVID-19 environment, it is easy to become stressed or overwhelmed by the unknown. This may include feeling fear and anxiety, irritable, insecure, unsettled and out of control. These feelings can be disruptive to our everyday living. There are a few simple things we can do to help protect our mental wellbeing, these are the 5 Ways to Wellbeing, and are suitable for all ages. Try building these into your daily routine.



Emotional Resilience for Parents and Carers


Together for Families provides support for parents and carers as well as young people. The page (linked below) is updated weekly to include relevant content to help you and your children.


Read more information from Together for Families


Safer Futures - Devon & Cornwall support for domestic abuse

We’ve seen a lot of changes in the past few weeks.  People are being isolated from friends, family and colleagues. Enforced isolation may cause an increase in domestic abuse. Domestic abuse is never okay. If you or someone you know is suffering abuse - help is available, visit:

Helpline: 03000 777 4777
In an emergency, always dial 999


Access support from Safer Futures


Government advice and support for domestic abuse


Accident Free, Avoid A&E

The best thing that anyone can do to help our amazing NHS fight coronavirus is to stay at home, which also means avoiding A&E to take pressure off health services. However, more accidents happen at home than anywhere else. RoSPA has launched a new campaign which will last for as long as social distancing measures are in place.