Welcome to our Kenton Wellbeing webpage!

At Kenton School we aim to support our children and young people with their wellbeing and mental health needs. We work hard as a team to create an environment which fosters positive mental health and wellbeing among our pupils, promotes resilience, and embraces a culture where we look after and support one another.

We are excited to announce that we have pioneered two new roles in Kenton School. Mr Allan (Year Leader) and Miss Fox (Humanities Teacher) have recently been appointed as Mental Health Advocates. This is an exciting time as we look to launch our Wellbeing Provision in school.

Below are some useful websites and apps that you can access to support with your wellbeing. However please keep checking this webpage, take part in Form Time/PD activities and assemblies and watch out for some new Social Media pages dedicated to Wellbeing.

If you have immediate concerns about your wellbeing or the wellbeing of a friend please email wellbeing@kenton.newcastle.sch.uk, or speak to your Form Tutor, Year Leader or any member of staff.

Kooth: Free, safe, anonymous online support for young people. Chat to counsellors and get Support from the

Kooth Community.

 

https://www.kooth.com

Mon-Fri: 12pm - 10pm

Sat-Sun 6pm - 10pm

 

SAM Self-help for anxiety management, interactive tools and games and anxiety tracker. www.sam-app.org.uk

 

Children’s Society

Resources for young people around mental health and emotional wellbeing, including loneliness, stress, social media, phobias etc.

 

www.childrenssociety.org.uk

 

The Mix is the Uk’s leading support service for young people.

Support around mental health (anxiety, depression, self-harm, suicide, selfcare, counselling), money, relationships, drugs and alcohol.

Confidential helpline, text/chat, online support and online resources.

0808 808 4994 Text THEMIX to 85258 www.themix.org

Tyneside and Northumberland Mind  https://www.tynesidemind.org.uk/

Provide a range of Wellbeing Projects aimed at supporting mental health including Emotional Resilience, Skills Development, Support Groups and Lifestyle. Newly launched support line 0191 4774545. Crisis support via phone: Mind Infoline 0300 123 3393

IfUCareShare https://www.ifucareshare.co.uk/

Support for young people in a mental health crisis with suicidal thoughts and those people who have been affected by suicide.

Crisis messenger: Text IUCS to 85258 open 24/7.

 

Rethink Mental Illness challenges attitudes to mental health and changes lives by providing individuals with information, support and advice. Web: www.rethink.org

 

Stem 4 provides information and focuses on early awareness and intervention of the following mental health issues in teenagers: eating disorders; depression and anxiety; self-harm; and addiction. This website aims to help young people, parents and schools. Web: http://www.stem4.org.uk/

 

Young Minds provides support and advice to children and young people about a variety of mental health issues. Web: www.youngminds.org.uk

 

Get Connected is a free, confidential and multi-issue helpline service for young people under 25 who need help, but don’t know where to turn. You can get in touch via phone, email or text for free.

Website: www.getconnected.org.uk

 

Hub of Hope

Hub of Hope displays support available based on your location. Simply enter your postcode and select the support you are looking for and you will be presented with a list of available agencies nearby Hub of Hope - Mental Health Support Network provided by Chasing the Stigma

 

Stay Alive – Suicide Prevention App https://www.prevent-suicide.org.uk/find-help-now/stay-alive-app/

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