Sir Bobby Robson School

Wellbeing

Wellbeing Resources & Information

Young people and families have faced different pressures over the past year, from managing school and college work during lockdown to missing those important face-to-face connections with friends and loved ones.

It’s well worth remembering that we all feel low sometimes, or experience stress or anxiety due to exams, family problems, or changes in our lives. But if these feelings continue over a long period of time and are really getting to you, it’s important that you seek help – find a trusted adult that you can speak to who can help you find support. This could be a friend, family member, teacher or youth support worker. Talking can help us feel less alone with our thoughts. Here at Sir Bobby Robson School our pupils have access to a large number of emotional and mental health interventions to support them. Details can be found from the Interventions link at the bottom of this page. There are a number of places where young people can go to find information and support in Suffolk. We have included a selection of useful websites, organisations, helplines and apps that offer a range of support.

If you are in immediate danger, always call 999 and wait for help to arrive. If you need urgent support, and you do not feel safe, contact the First Response Service on 0808 196 3494 (this is a free number) who are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Parents and carers can find information, advice and guidance, as well as wellbeing workshops to support young people’s mental health in the resources links below.

Resources

Parents and carers can find information, advice and guidance, as well as wellbeing workshops to support young people’s mental health on the

The following links also offer help and advice for current concerns for children and young people.

If your child is worried or needs support, they can receive advice and support from:


Talk to us…

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Parents/carers – please contact us at anytime if you have concerns about your child’s wellbeing.

Pupils – please talk to us. Whether you feel more comfortable talking to your teacher or your parents, please talk.