Your Wellbeing Team at College hope that you are happy, healthy and safe whilst you study remotely at home during lockdown. We would like to remind you that there are staff and services at college who are here to support you with your wellbeing including mental health, issues with home life or advice about staying healthy. If you are worried about bullying, please speak to your Study Programme Tutor in the first instance. We will always work to support and protect you.
Your Wellbeing Team are here to help you if you are worried about yourself or a friend. We can provide advice about how to keep yourself safe including online safety and social media, relationships and domestic abuse and other potentially risky behaviours such as exploitation, sofa surfing/homelessness and self-harm.
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The college Wellbeing Team are here to support you Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. If you feel you need to contact anyone for support outside of these times, please see the suggested contacts below.
Keeping your young person safe online while they are learning at home.
From your first day at College you will have a Study Programme Tutor (SPT) and you can talk to them, or another teacher, about any worries or concerns you may have. The College also has a team of Wellbeing Mentors who are available to offer practical support and advice for more challenging issues. They may offer a number of one-to-one meetings with you or signpost you to a specialist service who can help. Discussions with your Wellbeing Mentor are usually confidential unless we need to talk to someone else to help to keep you or others safe.
THE WELLBEING TEAM CAN PROVIDE SUPPORT WITH AND/OR SIGNPOSTING FOR:
LOOKED AFTER CHILDREN
If you are a Looked After Child (LAC) you will have access to 1:1 support from one of our Safeguarding Managers. Your allocated staff member will act as an advocate for you with any issues you may encounter on your course and will attend meetings with external services around how you are getting on at College.
If you have been affected by the death of a family member or friend, you might want to talk to someone about your feelings. The loss of a family member or friend can cause many different feelings and they affect people in different ways. There's no right or wrong way to feel.
You can talk to one of our Wellbeing Advisors about how you are feeling or contact one of the following organisations who will be able to support: