The school website has lots of information, below is a list of the places you can find help in and out of school.
The most important thing to do when being bullied is to let a trusted adult in school know about your situation. We understand the courage it takes to tell someone how you feel. As long as it is someone you trust, we can help you. We aim for eveyone to feel happy, confident and to thrive in school.
Page to visit: Who to speak to if I'm being bullied
Page to visit: Friendships and Anti-Bullying Charter/ Stamp it out page
Looking after your Mental Health
Being a young person is exciting; lots of new experiences and exciting opportunities to be had. However, sometimes things can get on top of us and when this happens it becomes difficult to move forwards.
Our Looking after your mental health page has lots of information for you and your parents/carers.
Also visit our Outside of school support page for even more information for you and your parents/carers to access when you are not at school, during the evenings, weekends and holidays.
Our Outside of school help page has lots of sources of information and places you can get help when you are not at school, during the evenings, weekends and holidays.