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Our students' wellbeing is our top priority.  We strive to ensure that our students maintain good mental health and, if they face any issues, the school has the resources and knowledge to help.  

In particular, during the Covid-19 pandemic, we recognise that this is a very unsettling time for our students and their families.  There is a wealth of information and resources available offering advice and assistance during this period.  

We hope you find the resources on this page useful.  We will continue to update them regularly.  Should you have particular concerns about your or your child's wellbeing, please contact us via


Wellbeing Guides

Mental Health Awareness booklet 1

Mental Health Awareness booklet 2

Mental Health Awareness booklet 3

Mental Health Awareness booklet 4

Guide to Dealing with Anxiety

Strategies for Self Regulation

Understanding Zones of Regulation

Understanding the Coronavirus - a children's guide

Family wellbeing information pack

Importance of routine during home schooling

How to get a good night's sleep

SEND resources at a glance

Mindfulness Guides

10-minute Guide to Mindful Breathing

5-minute Guide to Mindful Listening

A Guide to Mindful Meditation

A Guide to Mindful Eating

Mindfulness in nature

Practise loving kindness

Cultivating patience

Mindfulness for enhancing gratitude

External Organisations

Buckinghamshire Family Information Service

Buckinghamshire Family Information Service has collated a useful list of health and well-being services and organisations that are available to support you and your family during the Covid 19 pandemic.  This can be accessed here

Buckinghamshire 24/7 Mental Health Helpline

Offers support for anyone who feels they would like support from mental health professionals during the Covid-19 pandemic. Call them on (adults) 01865 904997 or (children and young people) 01865 904998.

Child Mind Institute

Provides a full range of advice on Mental Health issues with specially-produced booklets for coping with stress, anxiety and uncertainty during the Covid-19 pandemic. To read their guides or contact them directly, visit its website here.

National Autistic Society

We know many autistic people and their families have concerns about the current situation with coronavirus (COVID-19). We’re here for you and have developed resources and handy top tips for dealing with its impact.

See Hear Respond

See, Hear, Respond is a new partnership between Barnardos and the DfE to provide a specialist support service for children and young people who are experiencing harm and increased adversity during the Covid-19 pandemic. See, Hear, Respond will contact every referral made to them, so no child is missed. For more information, please click here.

Youth Concern

Youth Concern is still open!  We have reviewed the latest guidance from the Government and can confirm that we can safely continue to deliver our service in January 2021. The Uptown Coffee Bar on Whitehill Lane is open for pre-booked appointments and food parcel collection only.

Any 13-25 year old is welcome to call us on 01296 431183 to speak to a friendly member of our team. They’ll be able to chat with a youth worker or counsellor 1:1 by phone or via a safe platform of their choice.  Visit our website for more information.

An extended list of external organisations offering support and advice on a wide range of subjects is available on our Learning for Life page.