At Archbishop Temple Church of England High School, we consider a child’s Mental Health and Wellbeing of paramount importance and will offer support to any children or families who are affected by these issues.  We recognise, however, that not all parents are aware of where to turn if they feel their child may have Mental Health issues and so we offer the following as places to find information should you need to do so.


If you feel your child does need support in school, please contact Mrs Bridges or Mrs Player in the first instance, and we will be able to discuss with you any issues you feel are important to you and your family.

Parents may find this link from Young Minds helpful, by answering 6 questions you can get advice about how to help your child if they are struggling with their mental health:

Parenting Smart offers practical advice for parents and carers of children. All of our content is created by Place2Be's parenting experts. It's based on evidence and their experiences working with children, young people and their families.

Pupils may find Kooth helpful. Kooth is a free, web based, confidential support service funded by the CCG in Lancashire. Kooth provides a safe and secure means of accessing mental health and wellbeing support designed specifically for young people aged 10 - 16.

The NHS has forwarded details of services and resources that pupils, parents and carers may find useful. 

NHS Letter - Mental Health Resources for Pupils, Parents and Carers

Mrs Bridges (Assistant Director of Pupils) and Mrs Player (Deputy for Safeguarding).