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PUPIL Wellbeing & Support

Below you will find details of services that you will find useful to help deal with any issues you may be experiencing while at school and/or personally.

Teen Health

We would like to inform you of a service based in school called Teen Health. Teen Health work with young people aged 11-19 on three key areas:


  • Mental and emotional wellbeing (self-esteem, body image, resilience etc.)
  • Healthy relationships (friendships, bullying, violence etc.)
  • Risky behaviours (substance and alcohol misuse).


Our allocated worker, Vashima will be at South Charnwood High School every Wednesday delivering workshops, 1-1s and lunchtime drop ins.


Anyone can refer including the young person, parent or school. (Please note that Teen Health require consent primarily from the young person to work with them). You can find more information and the referral form here: www.leicestershire.gov.uk/education-and-children/schools-colleges-and-academies/teen-health-11-19.

Myself Referral


Are you a young person who wants to get help for your mental health in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland? We can help you to find the right support. Here you can…



Shout is the UK’s first free 24/7 text service for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere. It’s a place to go if you’re struggling to cope and you need immediate help.

suicide helplines
suicide helplines
  • Papyrus - 0800 068 4141
  • The Samaritans - 116 123
  • Harmless - Self harm and suicide prevention
  • Students Against Depression - Developed in consultation with pupils who have been affected by depression, low mood or suicidal thoughts. Many of their stories and suggestions are included on the site. 
eating disorders
eating disorders

During these unprecedented times, it can be difficult to keep on top of self-care and self-love. Life can start to feel like it's getting on top us, negatively impacting our mental health and wellbeing. No one is really alone. We all can do something to support each other

  Emotional and Mental Wellbeing Support
  Do not feel like you are alone, many people struggle with mental health and      can relate to what you are going through. Speak to a friend or a family   

  member or someone you can confide in. There are free services like the

  Samaritans where you can speak to them about what you are struggling 


Personal development/ learning about yourself

Learning about yourself and learning how to improve can make a big difference to how you feel day to day. Learning about yourself gives you greater self awareness, understanding the things that put you in a bad mood and the things that make you feel good. This can help you include more of the good activities that you enjoy in your day and reduce the activities that 

                             make you feel negative.

Planning and Preparation

A lot of stress can be reduced just by having a plan and a routine. Giving yourself extra minutes of thinking space can really make a big difference. A lot of us are going through the days planning as we go which can be very difficult for some of us. However, simply having a plan before the start for day can set your intentions and your goals and can provide you with a lot more direction.


  Eating a good balanced diet makes more of a difference to how you feel than    you would think. Just skipping breakfast can lead to a bad day, and how            many of us do that! Having a healthy balanced diet gives you everything

  you need, making your body feel better but also your mind.


 The links between physical fitness and mental health are well established.   Keeping fit and exercising can boost your moods massively. Do not feel like   you have to start big! Start small, maybe a 5 minute jog a day or even some   star jumps! There are also online classes which in the current climate are   now more available.