Student Help and Advice
Where can I get help at St George?
We are here to listen to you and help you. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns about your safety, health or wellbeing.
You can speak to an adult you trust. In school, this may be a member of the Safeguarding Team
(Miss Cordeiro, Mr Habberley, Mr Walford, Mr Prout, Mrs Martin, Mrs Wild); our Equality Advocates (Miss Ouvry, Ms Smallwood, Mr Preston, Mr Ndabala); the School Nurse or Mental Health Nurse; your Progress Leader or your Tutor, or another staff member.
Equality at St George
We have a ZERO TOLERANCE approach to any prejudicial or discriminatory behaviour or language. If you have been a victim of discriminatory behaviour; if you have you heard or seen something which made you feel uncomfortable, or if you know someone who has been treated negatively because of who they are, you should report it. You can speak to our Equality Advocates, email them at their school email addresses or message them on MS Teams at email@example.com (see poster below).
Mental Health Support and Advice
Christmas can be a difficult time for many. Below is the link to all the contact numbers for accessing support in a crisis over the festive period.
There is also now a text service that can be used to access support:-
You can text "SHOUT" to 85258 for free from all major UK mobile networks. You'll then be connected to a volunteer for an anonymous conversation by text message.
This is not an NHS service. This free, confidential, 24/7 text messaging mental health support service is run by a charity called Mental Health Innovations.