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Children's Mental Health Awareness Week

As this week marks the start of Children's Mental Health Awareness Week (1st - 7th February 2021), we are sharing a few resources and some guidance that may help our learners during this difficult time. 


Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust offer a confidential support line for children aged 11 years upwards around relationships, mental health, alcohol, bullying, self-harm, smoking, drugs, and healthy eating. 

During Covid-19, parents can also text this number to seek support.

You can download a poster below for more information. 

Text the School Nurse for confidential advice and support on 07480635485.

School Nurse virtual drop-in clinic

The virtual school nurse drop-in is on offer to all secondary school age children. Every Tuesday and Thursday 4.30-5.30pm (all year round).

Your school nurse is here to help you feel healthy, happy and safe during your school years and to get teh best from your education. 

They provide a confidential and friendly service. This can be accessed via this link: click here.

You can download a poster below for more information. 


Further guidance and information. 

Sometimes, you just need a list of a few places to go where you can speak to someone. Our Trust website has lots of resources that you can access to help you find more information and people with whom you can talk. 

We also provide our students with lots of additional sources of information via our Pupil Wellbeing Hub. This is a service offered to all children across all of our schools. 

Please note: a username and password is required.