Supporting Students and Parents Throughout Covid-19
To ensure that we continue to support our students and parents through these unprecedented times, we are providing the following information which will be reviewed and updated regularly throughout the current pandemic situation.
If you have any concerns about your child’s wellbeing or mental health please contact a member of the school safeguarding team.
Mrs J Malone firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr P Masher email@example.com
Mrs R Bond firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the generic external risk assessment, guidance and checklist provided by Compliance Education, GSHS created and completed a RAG rated re-opening plan and practical steps to reduce risk document which is linked below. This GDPR friendly version is made available to parents to demonstrate the thorough and appropriate steps taken by GSHS to ensure staff and students remain safe as school re-opens to more children.
Happy? OK? Sad? is a mental health site for people who live or work in Warrington.
The site includes information about how to look after your mental wellbeing, as well as a directory of mental health support services. There’s also details of services you can contact if you can’t cope and need help right now. Local services are clearly marked and there’s a short description explaining what each service offers. The website is divided into age related pages, so you can quickly find the information and services most relevant to you. There’s also a page for frontline workers with links to free resources and training.
Child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) have a large collection of guides related to all aspects of mental health aimed at both students and parents.
Supported living for those with mental health issues, complex needs and physical disabilities.
Tel: 01925 653169
How To Stay Safe Online
Think You Know
Online safety advice, support and reporting.
Action For Happiness
Stay In Work Out
Sport England tips, advice and guidance on how to keep or get active in and around your home. Join the Movement and use #StayInWorkOut to share how you’re getting active during this time.