Our wellbeing display can be viewed in the main corridor on the first floor. Take your time and challenge yourself to complete the 5 steps. Explore the QR codes and links on the last board.
Place2Be aims to support young people and their mental health through a community-based youth work approach. Part of the project is the training of young people as peer mentors to support other young people. The Y2Bee Peer Mentor Training aids young people in raising their awareness around their own mental health and the mental wellbeing of their peers, and in growing their skills to support other young people in the community.
It will be held on a Wednesday evening 6.30pm – 7.30pm for 3 sessions every 2 weeks
Starting group 1 Oct to Nov
Another group Nov to Dec
Please contact your PSL if you would like to take part in this opportunity.
We want to make you aware of a two-session anxiety workshop for parents delivered by NHS colleagues from the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS). This workshop is targeted at parents/carers who have children who experience anxiety that they find difficult to manage. All parents and carers are very welcome to join these workshops. The CAMHS team (Kyle & Catherine) will deliver this session with the opportunity for questions from parents throughout and at the end of the workshop (there is no expectation for attendees to ask questions or to turn their cameras on during the session, you can absolutely just join and listen over the 90 minutes).
You do not need to register for these workshops, simply join the workshop using the link provided below. Further information can be found on the information sheet below.
Parent Anxiety Workshops:
Session 1 Understanding Anxiety: Tuesday 12th October 2021
Session 2 Supporting your Children with Anxiety: Tuesday 26th October 2021
Ms Gail Preston
DHT Pupil Support
Dalkeith High School
BEAT are offering (in conjunction in a project with NHS Lothian), Scotland wide, the useful phone based coaching support (for parents/carers, supported by parent experts by experience) called ECHO and email based support (for young people 12-25 with an eating disorder diagnosed or self identifying, supported by young adults now recovered from an eating disorder) called SHARED. Here are links for signposting too.
Download: anxietyBooklet parents august 2019
Please find attached a link to a resource for parents about neurodiverse pupils returning to school.