Emotional Health and Wellbeing

At Hayes we recognise that there are times when it is possible that you may need some extra support and help to manage unfamiliar situations and feelings. If your child has a specific medical need or has been in receipt of ongoing hospital treatment then please contact Mr Loomes, Assistant Principal and/or Mrs Frampton in Student Reception in the first instance. This will ensure that an appropriate care plan is in place to support your child in school. The Hayes pastoral team is well experienced and able to provide some support in school however, the following websites may be useful if you need additional support and guidance. Whilst, we aim to support in every way we can there is a wide range of external support available which maybe a good starting point for you.

If you wish to discuss further please contact a member of the pastoral team.


Designated Safeguarding Lead  
Mr D Loomes - Assistant Principal, Designated Safeguarding Lead djl@hayes.bromley.sch.uk
Deputy Safeguarding   
Mrs S Hardy - Inclusion Manager sbh@hayes.bromley.sch.uk 
Mrs S Arney - Assistant Principal (on maternity leave) sla@hayes.bromley.sch.uk 
Miss C Thompson - Vice Principal  cxt@hayes.bromley.sch.uk
Mr S Whittle - Principal postmaster@hayes.bromley.sch.uk



Understanding Grieving Teenagers

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Toottoot- Safeguarding made simple

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Family Lives
National family support charity providing help and support in all aspects of family life
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Bromley Y
Counselling Support, Family Therapy, groups support etc

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Drug and alcohol support for young people
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Bromley Wellbeing Service
Single point of access for emotional health and wellbeing, including a huge bank of resources on a wide range of issues affecting children and young people

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Child Exploitation and On-line Protection
Keeping children and young people safe from exploitation on-line, resources and advice for children & young people, parents/carers and professionals
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A free point of contact for children and young people who need advice either online or via telephone on a wide range of issues, depression, abuse, bullying etc

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The Mix
Free information and support for under 25s in the UK. Get advice about sex, relationships, drugs, mental health, money and jobs
  The Candle Project – St Christophers
supporting children and young people through loss and bereavement

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NSPCC(National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) –
Keeping children and young people safe from a wide range of abusive situations

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Young Minds
supporting children and young people with emotional health and wellbeing concerns, offering a wide range of resources across a whole spectrum of issues affecting children and young people

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Bromley & Lewisham Mind
Talking mental health with young people
7 Ways to Support Children
Student Booklet - Coping with Change