Emotional Health and Well-being

Early Help and support

Early Help is what our school can offer to help you and your family.  There are many reasons why a family  may benefit from Early Help support  -we are not here to judge you or tell you what to do.   Early Help means taking action to  support a child or their family as soon
as a problem emerges. It can be  required at any stage in life, from  pre-birth to adulthood, and applies  to any problem or need that the  family can’t deal with alone. Please look at our Early Help leaflet and speak to a member of our Inclusion team if you feel you need support for your child and family.

Early Help leaflet

We are also able to offer support if you have concerns regarding attendance.  Please speak with a member of the leadership team, our EWO, Rebecca Giles or Mrs Robinson, Inclusion mentor.


There are also some links below where you may also be able to access support.

The aim of the Molly Rose Foundation is suicide prevention, targeted towards young people under the age of 25.

MRF wants to help reach those at risk of suicide and connect them to the help, support, and practical advice they need




Bee U is the emotional health and wellbeing service for people, up to the age of 25, living in Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin.

Previously known as CAMHS the service offers a range of support depending on the needs of the child or young person. The services you may be offered are described briefly here or you can find out more about what help is available at: BeeU Website


Beam is an emotional well-being service for children and young people under 25 years old who are registered with a GP in Shropshire or Telford & Wrekin.

Come along to our drop-in session and be seen by an Emotional Health & Wellbeing Practitioner on the days below, no appointment needed.

Monday ‘Drop Ins’ – 12pm – 4pm (last session 3.15pm) at The Lantern, Meadow Farm Drive, Shrewsbury, SY1 4NG

Tuesday ‘Drop Ins’ – 10am – 6pm (last session 5.15pm) at Beam, 9 Market Square, Wellington, TF1 1BP

Thursday ‘Drop Ins’ – 10am – 6pm (last session 5.15pm) at Beam, 9 Market Square, Wellington, TF1 1BP

You can also register via our website: https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk//beamshropshire

Young people aged 14 years+ can register themselves.

Young people aged 13 and under will need a parent/carer to register on their behalf.

If you have any questions about the Beam service, please contact us by email: shropshirebeam@childrenssociety.org.uk


Ageless 24/7 Urgent Helpline

0808 196 4501

(option 1 – under 18’s; option 2 – over 18’s)

This is for help and advice for anyone experiencing a mental health crisis.


Kooth provides an anonymous 24-hour online service offering peer support, self-help and have trained counsellors to talk to. Anyone aged 11-25, living in Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin, can register to access this service and you don’t need to be referred or have an appointment Whilst the website is available 24 hours, there will be someone to talk to online at the following times:

  • 12:00 to 22:00 (Monday to Friday)
  • 18:00 to 22:00 (Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays)

For more information visit Kooth: http://www.kooth.com 


PEGS – Parental Education Growth Support

Supporting parents and professionals with child to parent abuse

Child to Parent Abuse is complex and misunderstood – partly because it has historically been largely ignored in favour of a focus on intimate partner abuse, partly because it is drastically under-reported, and partly because there are lots of misconceptions around the subject.

Some parents may not recognise what is happening to them as abuse – but the behaviours they are experiencing are abuse, and they are not okay.

Click on the link below for some advice.



Send Local offer

Click on the link to find out about support that the Local Authority can offer.




ELSA stands for Emotional Literacy Support Assistant. We are a team within school who will help children to learn and understand their emotions and respect the feelings of those round them. We provide the time and space for them to think about their personal circumstances and how to deal with them. Giving them the ability to engage with learning whilst facing life challenges that may detract from that.

Please see our ELSA leaflet below for more information

Elsa Leaflet


Inclusion Team

Inclusion Mentor: Mrs Robinson

SENCO: Mrs Thorpe

ELSA’s: Mrs Slater and Mrs Osbourne

Mental Health Lead: Mrs Smith



Our Parent Handbook is a quick guide to how we work at our school. Full school policies can be read on our Policies page