Mental Health and Wellbeing

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Student Wellbeing Ambassadors

We would like to introduce to you our student wellbeing ambassadors. Over the course of the year these students will be working on lots of mental health and wellbeing projects which will work towards promoting good mental health for all of our students.

– Rachel Brindley
– Reece Collier
– Jay Walkeden
– Erin Nind
– Mollie Smith
– Lucy Hitchcock
– Lily-May Barlow
– Liya Thomas
– Oceana Mayo
– Jayden Stokes
– Colby-Jay Simmons
– Savannah Burton
– Willow McCarthy-Brown
– Harriet Bate

Here are some of the students receiving their certificates for completing the Student Wellbeing Ambassador training.

In the video below, our wellbeing ambassadors talk about what mental health and wellbeing is, why it is important to practice good mental health and what they would like to achieve in their role as a wellbeing ambassador.


The MeeToo app gives young people the tools to help themselves, and each other. It’s designed to facilitate peer support which enables young people who share similar life experiences to provide each other with reciprocal support, advice, empathy and a sense of belonging. MeeToo is confidential and anonymous which gives young people the confidence to talk about whatever is worrying them. The app is safe because all posts and replies are checked by human moderators before they go live, and in-house counsellors provide extra support if needed. The in-app directory is packed with useful resources, enabling students to connect directly to our school support services and those available in the local area.
MeeToo encourages you to ask your child if they know about the app and to add their school portal so they can get help when they need it. MeeToo is featured on the NHS Apps Library and can be downloaded from googleplay and apple app store. For more information about the app, their approach, how they keep children safe and any other questions you may have please visit