• Sports Day will be held on Tuesday 21st June at 1.30pm

Parents & Carers

Taking care of your mental health and well-being is important. We know that being a parent or carer can be challenging on a daily basis and we want you to know it is ok to ask for help from family, friends or other organisations that can all provide support when you need it.

Changes to your mental health can sometimes affect your children and their well-being. Children very quickly pick up on your anxiety or mood. It is important to say that you should not hide how you feel.

Below we have listed some resources for you to access. We hope you find them useful.

MIND – provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. (0800 123 3393)

Samaritans – work to make sure there’s always someone there for anyone who needs someone. (116 123.)

Healthwatch Wakefied – independent champion in Wakefield District for people who use health and social care services. (01924 787379)

Papyrus – a charity for the prevention of young suicide (under 35) in the UK. (0800 068 4141)

Action for Happiness – helps people take action for a happier and kinder world

Star Bereavement – work proactively to support children, young people and their families when someone important has died, guiding them in their journey through grief and helping them to develop the necessary tools to be able to move forward in their lives.

Winston’s Wish – the UK’s childhood bereavement charity. We support children and their families after the death of a parent or sibling. (08088 020 021)

Anna Freud – work in collaboration with children and young people, their families and communities and mental health professionals to transform children and families’ mental health. (020 7794 2313)