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Who to talk to if you are worried about something

If you have a worry or an issue, it’s always best to talk to an adult about it. On this page you will find information about who you can talk to at the academy, and some organisations you can talk to outside of school hours.

People you can talk to during a school day

You can speak to any member of staff you feel comfortable speaking to, but remember, there are some members of staff who have special responsibilities for your welfare:

  • Gemma (Miss Leslie)

  • Elise (Mrs Fawcett)

  • Dan (Mr Gurney)

People to talk to outside the academy

You might find you need to speak to someone at evenings, weekends and during holidays. We recommend the organisations below to our students.


A free, anonymous, confidential website where young people can go for online counselling support.

Childline | 0800 1111 | www.childline.org.uk  

A free 24 hour service by phone and online. Their website has some great information about a range of problems.

Samaritans | 116 123 | jo@samaritans.org

Available 24 hours a day to provide confidential emotional support for people who are experiencing feelings of distress, despair or suicidal thoughts.

Young Minds | www.youngminds.org.uk

A website with lots of information about mental health and the services that are available from the NHS.