At Fairlands Middle School, we want to help your emotional health and wellbeing.
We know that everyone experiences setbacks and challenges in life that can make them feel worried.
Miss Smith (Mental Health First Aider for pupils at Fairlands) and other staff members can help you with the following:
- To understand emotions and feelings better
- Help you feel comfortable sharing any worries or concerns
- Help you to build relationships
- Promote self-esteem and ensure you know you count
- Encourage you to be confident
- Help you develop resilience and to manage setbacks
Mrs Palmer, Miss Smith and Mrs Kavanagh can also help with emotions, bereavement, anger-management and self–esteem.
There are many online resources to help you understand the importance of emotional intelligence, mindfulness and personal wellbeing. Below is a list of some of the resources that you might find helpful.
Below are some free Apps that offer advice and support for young people:
- Booster Buddy
- Blue Ice
- Catch it
- Calm Harm
Exercise is a natural and effective anti-anxiety treatment. It boosts physical and mental energy and enhances wellbeing through the release of endorphins. Anything that gets you moving can help.
Being active does not mean doing sport or going to a gym, there are many ways to be active, find the one that works for you.
We all have mental health, just like physical health. Good mental health is about feeling positive about our lives and ourselves as well as being able to cope with problems when they happen.
We are here for you all, if you would like any help, advice or someone to talk to, please speak to a trusted adult at home or at school.
If you worried about yourself or a friend, you can also talk to one of the safeguarding team, call the safeguarding number – 07506731640 or email firstname.lastname@example.org