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Our School is taking part in a national initiative known as Trailblazers. As a Trailblazer school, we are working with statutory health providers who will be delivering mental health service delivery to pupils within our school.

We are pleased that our school has been given the opportunity to participate in a new, national programme to help make mental health support for children and young people more available when they need it.

We are one of 72 schools from Cheltenham, Gloucester and the Forest of Dean to work with the NHS in Gloucestershire to introduce Mental Health Support Teams into schools.

We hope that this will provide valuable support to our pupils to help them with life’s ups and down, for example, with issues such as anxiety, friendship concerns, exam stress and challenging behaviour.

This may involve group work and/or individual, one-to-one support, either at school or elsewhere. Where appropriate, the Mental Health Support Team will also link up with the specialist mental health services in Gloucestershire. They will also support parents and teachers to help children and young people who are experiencing difficulties.

Click here for Parent consent letter 

If you have any queries or concerns or would like to make a referral to the service, please contact:



Young Minds Matter (YMM) is a safe and confidential mental health support service developed for children and young people up to 18 years of age in schools across Gloucestershire.

The team can offer you support if you are struggling with things like anxiety, low mood and poor sleep or similar concerns. This can be either face-to-face in school or via a virtual online platform. To meet with someone from Young Minds Matter you can ask a teacher/member of staff in the school to make a referral for you. Alternatively, if you attend a secondary school and would prefer not to talk to someone at school you can refer yourself into the team using YMMChat: 07480 635723
(Monday to Friday 9am – 4:30pm) Except Bank Holidays.


tic+chat is an anonymous, safe, confidential, 1-2-1, support service for young people aged 9-25 living in Gloucestershire. Call or live-message their friendly, trained team members about anything that's troubling you.

To enter tic+chat they will ask you for a username (this could be your first name, or any other name you wish to be known by).
Calling or entering the chat means you have read the Terms of Use.





If your child is aged 0-25 and lives in Gloucestershire, drop in to the free, anonymous, confidential helpline during our open hours and talk to one of our trained parent support advisers.
We care, we won’t judge, and we will take you seriously.
The Parent Support and Advice line is a drop-in service. Due to current high demand we are unable to offer parents and carers regular or frequent sessions.

Problem getting through on the phone? Why not try contacting them through the webchat? There may still be a wait but you'll be able to take a place in our queue. 

To call or enter the Parent Support and Advice Line they will ask you for a username. This could be your first name, or any other name you wish to be known by. Calling or entering the service means you have read and agreed with our Terms of Use.

Telephone: 0800 6525675


MON 5pm – 9pm
TUES 9.30am – 1pm
WED 5pm – 9pm
THURS 5pm – 9pm


Nurture Hub Therapy Service offer 12 weeks of online or telephone Counselling for free (or low cost) to parent/carers. They are a strictly not-for-profit covering Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, and surrounding Counties, and they currently only have a small waiting list.  If you have any questions, please contact 07957425775 /