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If you have any any concerns about your child's mental health or as a family you would like some extra support, please speak to your child's class teacher or you can contact via the school office:


Mrs Sue Summers - Parent and Family Support Advisor

Ms Taylor - Safeguarding officer

Mrs Canuku - SENCO

Mrs Briffett and Miss Newbury - Pastoral support

Mrs Bond and Miss Williams - Well-being and mental health co-ordinators



50 ways to build a child's self-esteem

The five essential steps of Emotion Coaching:

  • Be aware of your child’s emotion
  • Recognize your child’s expression of emotion as a perfect moment for intimacy and teaching
  • Listen with empathy and validate your child’s feelings
  • Help your child learn to label their emotions with words
  • Set limits when you are helping your child to solve problems or deal with upsetting situations appropriately


ChatHealth is a new mobile health service for parents and young people in Somerset making it easier to get health and wellbeing advice. Available Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm.

  • Parents of children 0-4: Confidential help from the Health Visiting Team for parents and carers of 0-4 years. Just send a text 07480 635514
  • Parents of children 5-19 years: If you have a child 5-19 and looking for confidential help and advice? Just send a text to your School Nurse Team. Text 07480 635515
  • Young People 11-19 years: Discreet and quick. If you’re aged 11-19 it only takes one text to start making a difference. You’ll get confidential advice from a local School Nurse. You don’t have to give your name if you don’t want to. Text 07480 635516  

You are never too young to talk mental health - tips for parent and carers