At Lakenheath Community Primary School, we are committed to supporting the emotional health and wellbeing of our pupils and staff.
We have a supportive and caring ethos and our approach is respected and kind, where each individual and contribution is valued.
At our school we know that everyone experiences life challenges that can make us vulnerable and at times, anyone may need additional emotional support. We take the view that positive mental health is everybody’s business and that we all have a role to play.
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Wellbeing Newsletter Dec 2023
Wellbeing Support for Families
We have compiled a list of links and support that families may wish to call on for support should the need arise.
School Nursing ChatHealth Text Service: Text 07507 333356
Kooth is a transformational digital mental health support service. It gives children and young people easy access to an online community of peers and a team of experienced counsellors. Free, safe, and anonymous support is currently available for young people aged 11-25: Link
111 option 2 24/7 helpline offering immediate support for mental health difficulties. The freephone number, which is staffed by mental health professionals, will provide reassurance, self-help advice, support and signposting during this time of crisis. It is available to members of the public of any age, regardless of whether they are an existing NSFT service user.
Shout - 85258
Shout is an affiliate of Crisis Text Line in the UK that provides free, confidential support from a trained Crisis Volunteer, 24/7 via text. It’s the first free 24/7 texting service in the UK for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere. Shout is available in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Text SHOUT to 85258.
Suffolk Night Owls - 0300 111 6000
Suffolk Night Owls is a helpline, text and email support service run by Suffolk Mind. The service is available in Suffolk to anyone who needs emotional support including those with complex emotional needs. They offer impartial support and information in a non-judgemental way.
Support for children/young people
NSPCC- 0800 800 5000
Support for children