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Student Well-being

Welcome our Well-being Support Centre, designed for students. 

Need help with your Mental Health?

CMHW 2024 06.02.2024.pptx by Derbyshire Academies

Worried about your own health and well-being, or someone else's? Speak to someone in school - or get support through these links. If you need urgent health advice please contact your GP or call NHS 111. In an emergency please visit A&E or call 999.


Why not fill out our Mindfulness Journal?

My Mindfulness Journal by Derbyshire Academies

Mental Health Quotes by Derbyshire Academies

Tips for keeping yourself healthy and happy:


  • Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Being physically active can improve your brain health, help manage weight, reduce the risk of disease, strengthen bones and muscles, and improve your ability to do everyday activities. School offers a lot of excercise based extra-curricular clubs, check them out here.


  • A well-balanced diet provides all of the energy you need to keep active throughout the day. A healthy diet also provides you with nutrients you need for growth and repair, helping you to stay strong and healthy and help to prevent diet-related illnesses. Here are some healthy packed lunch ideas.


  • During sleep, your body is working to support healthy brain function and maintain your physical health. In children and teens, sleep also helps support growth and development. Getting inadequate sleep over time can raise your risk for chronic (long-term) health problems. 13–18 years should sleep 8–10 hours per 24 hours!


Have a look at our Study Clubs booklet to see what help is on offer in school and to access template revision planners:

Extra Content Year 11 Revision, Intervention & DROP INS by Derbyshire Academies

It can be difficult to strike a healthy work-life balance when studying at home. Whether this is due to sickness, revision needs or something else, here are some tips to help you succeed:

  1. Get into a routine.
  2. Think about your study space.
  3. Make sure you can stay connected and don't isolate yourself.
  4. Take regular breaks and look after yourself.
  5. Ask your subject teachers if you are struggling.
  6. Make sure you have everything you need to succeed. 

Please report any issues with online safety to a trusted member of staff in school. You can also report to CEOP by clicking here.

The internet is a brilliant place to connect with others, to be creative and to discover new things, but it can also be dangerous. See these top tips for staying safe from safer internet.

Remember to act responsibly and respectful online...

The Importance of being responsible & Safe Online 2 by Derbyshire Academies



LGBTQ+ is the acronym for people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, and to people with gender expressions outside traditional norms, including nonbinary, intersex, and other queer people (and those questioning their gender identity or sexual orientation), along with their allies.

Bullying includes actions such as making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone from a group on purpose.