We are proud of the strong links that our school has built with the local community, and we actively work with a range of organisations to ensure that all of our pupils and their families receive the best help and support possible. You may be able to find additional support from the following:
Did you know that we are voucher holders for Black Country Food Bank? If you require further information regarding these vouchers, please contact the school office.
General advice, guidance and support
Childline can help with most aspects of mental health, well-being, bullying, relationships and sex, abuse, friendships and more. It also offers online support 24/7.
The NSPCC has plenty of advice on bringing up children, children's mental health and online safety and abuse.
Anna Freud is a world-leading mental health charity for children and families.
Happier Minds is a great local source for how to obtain help and advice in Dudley.
The BBC has a page packed full of information, advice and recipes.
Did you know that we are voucher holders for Black Country Food Bank – if you require further information regarding these vouchers, please contact the school.
Our learners often talk to us about mental health issues around self-image, weight, concentration, worry and tiredness. Exercise is proven to help with all of these. 60 minutes or more of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity daily will make a big difference.
This NHS page explains the scientifically proven benefits of exercise.
Lets Get Healthy Dudley has a wide range of Health and Lifestyle resources.
Childline has advice on vaping and giving up.
Dudley Academies Trust has produced the following useful information sheet: