At Chapel End Primary School we prioritse the wellbeing of everyone in our school community. This area of our website is dedicated to providing parents/carers, children, staff and governors with resources to support their own wellbeing.
For emergencies regarding metal health please contact the urgent mental health support line on: 0800 051 1508
Our Senior Mental Heath Leader is Mrs Knowles.
To contact Mrs Knowles please call the school office on 01744 678230 or email her on chapelendMHL@sthelens.org.uk
Our school is linked with St Helens Mental Health Support Team (MHST).
For more information about St Helens Mental Health Support please click on the following links:
Emma Stewart is our Mental Health Support Worker
My name is Emma Stewart and I am an Educational Mental Health Practitioner as part of the St. Helens Mental Health Support Team. I will be working within your child’s school to support good mental health and wellbeing for all young people, inline with the Government Green paper ‘Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision’ (2017). Our aim is to promote good mental health, support teachers, pupils, and parents with any specific needs, teach tools and skills, offer resources and advice, and embed a positive attitude and ethos towards mental health within the schools that I support.
I have a background in Primary teaching and taught for many years through KS1 and Early Years in the St. Helens Local Authority, which led to my interest and passion for supporting young people with their wellbeing and holistic development.
I have two children of my own and a Labrador, all of whom keep me busy in my spare time. We love to spend our time walking, exploring new places and having family days out adventuring.
I look forward to meeting you and hopefully being able to help or support if needed in the future!
Parents wishing to support their child through troubled times can access listening ear
Change Grow Live
The follwoing link can be accessed by adults within families who are struggling with adiction
Safe to Speak
For adults in need of support following domestic abuse the link below will direct you to safe to speak
Staff can be supported in their wellbeing by accessing Quell
Change 4 life