If you have concerns about your own mental health, our school have two accredited iACT managers:

Michelle Hellend:

Jennie Hall: 

This service is available to anyone in our community. This is a mental health and wellbeing programme for understanding and managing mental health and wellbeing in the workplace and community.

They are trained to:

  • Improve wellbeing and identify risks
  • Advocate and access further help and support
  • Connect and communicate
  • Take tools and further advice to offer support

We also run a parent’s coffee morning, every Monday (term time) 9.00am-10.00am, everyone is welcome to join, we often have visiting speakers from health, housing, local children’s services etc.

Stay & Play (preschool age children) every Wednesday (term time) 9.00am-10.00am, open to all in our community.

For further support, we also offer:

The Arts of Change

We provide affordable, professional therapy and counselling services.  At The AoC we really want to support you. Every step of the way. If you are part of a whole family struggling to communicate, or a couple trying to save their relationship or want mediation to work out how and when best to alternate visits with your children, or an individual looking for professional counselling or therapy, in order to work through and heal psychological or social difficulties, then The AoC can help you. We assist children, young people and adults of all ages.  We don’t have long waiting lists either, which means you can receive support within days.  You can refer yourself or be referred by anyone over the age of 18.

Individual and Family Therapy can be accessed through school, please contact Michelle Hellend for further details.

Solihull Approach - The Solihull Approach is all about emotional health and well-being.

Sandwell Family Life, offers support in the following areas:

  • Addiction support
  • Advice services (benefits, debt, housing)
  • Children and youth activities
  • Counselling and listening
  • Early/after school clubs
  • Emergency help (incl. food)
  • English language support
  • Exercise, sport and recreation
  • Finding work and training
  • Health and emotional wellbeing
  • Holiday activities
  • Immigration and migrant support
  • Loss and breakdown
  • Managing your money
  • Music, arts and culture
  • Parent and family support
  • Relationship help and mediation
  • Sexual health and pregnancy
  • Support for victims

Black Country Wide 24/7 Telephone support: 0345 6460827

Open to residents of all ages across the Black Country and will give access to urgent mental health, learning disability and/or autism support.
The helpline is manned by specialist mental health staff who can provide advice and support and signpost to other services.

BC Rethink Emotional Health Line: 0808 802 2288

Freephone service for those in need of support, reassurance and understanding. Open 365 days and no referral is needed.
Available for anyone experiencing emotional distress, carers, friends or family needing support.

Sandwell Healthy Minds

Provides psychological therapies services for people experiencing common mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, and stress. Referral via GP or contact the website directly.