Mental Health and Well-being
At Chichester High School, we are committed to looking after our school community's mental health and well-being.
Our Mental Health and Well-being lead is Kate Angus
Please note that there is information in the COVID-19 area
Click to go to the page here
If you have any specific concerns about your child's mental health please contact their Head of House in the first instance or the relevant member of the pastoral team,
Mrs Honey and Mrs Diplock
Their contact details can be found here
Click on the links to visit these support websites for you and your child.
YoungMinds Crisis Messenger
Text YM to 85258
The YoungMinds crisis messenger service provides free, 24/7 crisis support across the UK.
Young People experiencing a mental health crisis and need support,
can text YM to 85258
For more information
**UPDATE JUNE 2019**
Carnegie Centre of Excellence Award
We were recently delighted to receive a silver award for work around mental health over the past couple of years.
We have achieved the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools ‘School Mental Health Award’ – Silver Status.
Over 40 of our pupils are trained as mental health ambassadors as well as 9 staff.
Embedded within the RS curriculum at KS3 this year have been opportunities for all our pupils to reflect on how to keep their mind healthy.
Valuable information can be found at the
Anna Freud national Centre for Children and Families
Click on the picture to view their website.
How to look after your mental health during revision and exams
Click here for some help and advice from YoungMinds