Support for Students
Here at Amery Hill we strive for all our students to feel supported in developing the skills to be happy, resilient and emotionally strong to succeed within school and beyond. At times everyone needs a little help along the way to achieve this, so we hope the information you find in the sections below will help steer you in the right direction. Remember, you can always talk to a trusted adult within School if you are worried about anything. It is ok, not to be ok.
Beat provide support to help young people who may be stuggling with an eating problem or an eating disorder Call the Youthline (under 18's) 0808 801 0711 or Studentline 0808 801 0811 (9am - 8pm during the week and 4pm - 8pm on weekends and bank holidays).
Good Thinking is London's digital service and provides a range of resources for young people to help improve mental wellbeing including free NHS-approved apps.
Kooth is a free, safe and anonymous online mental wellbeing community including live chat with the team, discussion boards, magazine with helpful articles and a daily journal a magazine.
Papyrus provide confidential support and advice to young people struggling with thoughts of suicide, and anyone worried about a young person Call: 0800 068 41 41 or Text: 07860039967 (opening hours 9am to midnight - 365 days a year).
Samaritans 24/7 365 days a year - they are here to listen and provide support Call: 116 123 or email: email@example.com
STOP BREATHE THINK
Check in with how you're feeling and try short activities tuned into your emotions
FEELING GOOD TEENS
The Feeling Good Teens App uses short audio tracks to help let go of worry, improve sleep, develop self-esteem, resilience and goal focused motivation - access is free using the username: coboost and password: coboost during this period.
is free fully moderated app for young people, which provides peer support, expert help, inbuilt educational and creative resources
A meditation app that acts as a personal guide to health and happiness
A free app designed to helps teens and young adults cope with anxiety
Helps those suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder
notok App® is a free digital panic button to get you immediate support viz text, phone call, or GPS location when you're struggling to reach out
This app is a pocket suicide prevention resource, packed full of useful information to help you stay safe. You can use it if you are having thoughts of suicide or if you are concerned about someone else who may be considering suicide
Helps build resilience - the ability to stay strong, motivated and optimistic even in the face of difficult obstacles.
This app from Healios helps young people aged 11 to 17 years old with their mental health, emotional well-being and resilience and is being made available for free during the Coronavirus crisis
An App that helps young people manage the urge to self-harm
The Check-in app helps take the fear out of having a conversation with a friend who might be struggling
Clear Fear provides you with a range of ways to manage anxiety
An app developed to help families and friends support young people with their mental health
The district app gives you easy, quick and discreet access to information and advice about self-harm and suicidal thoughts.
The eQuoo app uses adventure games designed by psychologists to help you increase your emotional fitness and teach you new psychological skills
Turns the latest innovations in the science of happiness into activities and games that help you lead a more fulfilling life
Free app that helps to raise self-esteem, self confidence and happiness levels in children and young people