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It is so important to take care of our mental health and well-being and it is important that we recognise there are things that we can do to promote a positive mental health and well-being. One of our pastoral priorities is to ensure that we are educating all students about mental health and well-being and providing them with ways in which they can self-regulate. Of course, we will continue to support students who need specialist support but we are placing a large emphasis on education and self-regulation.

Outline of Pastoral Priority

For our MHWB Aim at St James's 

For the 5-step process strategy 

MHWB at St James's

Our MHWB story to date & vision 
Daily wellbeing
Digital wellbeing 
Trained staff & pupil ambassadors 

Celebration days

Antibullying week 2020 
LGBT & History month 
Healthy Eating
Sport Relief 
International day of Happiness

Apps

                          

click here for a collection of apps that are designed to support young people, adults and families with their mental health and well-being. Some of these do need a paid subscription to use them while others have been made freely available during the Covid-19 situation. 

These Apps and further support are also available on to CAMHS website  - APPS | CAMHS Resources (camhs-resources.co.uk)

Podcasts

                                  

        International Women's Day                         Physical Activity                      International day of Happiness
 
             #choosetochange                                Sport & Mental Health                             Pania, Ella, Thelma,
                  Alice & Amber                                          Leah, Sia & Ainsley                              Cheryl & Jamie-Leigh

Accessing Support

                                                 

     Beat is the UK's eating disorder charity.            CAMHS is the name for the NHS  services          Kooth is your online mental wellbeing
     We exist to end the pain and suffering               that assess and treat young people  with            community. Access free, safe and        
             caused by eating disorders.                           emotional, behavioural or mental health            anonymous support. Find out more..

                          Find out more.                                                      difficulties. Find out more.

 

                      

         We're Mind, the mental health charity.                      Calm words when you need them most.         Samaritans works to make sure 
       We're here to make sure no one has to                           Contact us by phone, chat or email             there's always someone there for 
        face a mental health problem alone.                                              Find out more                                         anyone who needs someone. 
                             Find out more                                                                                                                                                   Find out more