MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING SUPPORT AT CHAPELTOWN ACADEMY
Looking after your mental health and wellbeing during your studies is paramount to achieving your best and Chapeltown Academy's programme of pastoral support is here to help those who need a little extra assitance. Studying for a levels can be a very stressful time and many young people may experiences changes to their emotional wellbeing during this time. The pages below contains resources and guides to help you during this busy time:
We are dealing with unprecedented times since the onset of the covid-19 pandemic and the quick succession of changes to our daily lives can have a serious impact on our wellbeing.
feeling more stressed, anxious or low than usual is completely normal and understandable and we as a college are committed to helping you navigate this and offering additional support to those who need it.
the guide below from young peoples' mental health charity stem4 outlines some of our more common anxieties and feelings during covid-19 and offers exercises and guidance on how to best deal with these.
Childline: 08001111 https://www.childline.org.uk
Alternatively, support in a crisis is available directly from your local authority:
Rotherham Crisis Team: 01709304808/08006529571
Sheffield Crisis Team: 01142263636/08081968281
Barnsley Crisis Team: 08001830558
Please note, by providing any links on these pages we are not endorsing any external organisations, their websites or products and/or services they provide. Equally, we do not accept liability for the accuracy or quality of the content of those websites. These pages are designed primarily for signposting and should you have a specific issue and need further guidance, we encourage you to contact your local authority directly.