Mental Health & Wellbeing - Amington Heath Primary and Nursery
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Mental Health & Wellbeing

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Fulston Manor School - Mental Health and Wellbeing

We are a trauma informed and attachment aware school and have our Ways to Wellbeing Award,

At Amington Heath Primary School, we are committed to supporting the emotional health and well being of our pupils, parents / carers and staff.

We know that everyone experiences life challenges that can make us vulnerable and at times, anyone may need additional emotional support. We take the view that positive mental health is everybody’s business and that we all have a role to play.

Through our Amington Adventurers, children are taught the 7 areas of RESPECT – Resilience, Empathy, Self-awareness, Positivity, Excellence, Communication and Teamwork. These areas are embedded through everything we do at Amington. We also provide many suportive sessions to help the children with their emotional and mental wellbeing further, these include:

  • Forest school
  • Commando Joe
  • ELSA
  • Nurture groups
  • Lego therapy

If you would like to speak to any of our members of staff about any concerns you many have with your child or your own mental health and wellbeing, please do not hesitate to ask one of us.

School can also refer and signpost pupils/families to bereavement services, young carers and other local statutory and voluntary services.

Our lead teachers for Mental Health and Wellbeing are:

Mrs K Wyatt and Mrs R Fennely(SENDCO)


Family Support
There are some excellent online resources available to help parents / cares and their children with mental health, including:

  • MindEd, a free educational resource from Health Education England on children and young people’s mental health
  • Rise Above, which aims to build resilience and support good mental health in young people aged 10 to 16
  • Every Mind Matters, which includes an online tool and email journey to support everyone to feel more confident in taking action to look after their mental health and wellbeing
  • Bereavement UK and the Childhood Bereavement Network, provide information and resources to support bereaved pupils, schools and staff

Barnardo’s See, Hear, Respond service, provides support to children, young people and their families who aren’t currently seeing a social worker or other agency, and who are struggling to cope with the emotional impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19).

You can access via the ‘See, Hear, Respond’ service self-referral webpage or Freephone 0800 151 7015.

It is also vital to report any safeguarding concerns you have about any child. Contact the NSPCC helpline.

Services & Support


Online mental health support for Children and Young People in South Staffordshire

External web link –

Ask for Jesse – Free Dental Hygiene Products

Ask for Jesse’ is a new campaign fronted by Boots, aimed at helping to close the poverty gap by assisting vulnerable families.

Working in collaboration with The Hygiene Bank, customers can simply ‘ask for Jesse’ when in store. A member of the Boots team will discreetly provide oral hygiene products to customers with children aged three to five years old.

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Early Help Team

Based in Tamworth – they work with children, young people and families to prevent difficulties becoming worse – for example, parenting support, behaviour management, financial difficulties, housing support. 

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Malachi Support Service

Malachi work with children and young people with difficulties around their emotions and behaviour, as well as families who are experiencing difficulties at home with parenting needs, mental health, employment, financial difficulties, housing support etc.

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Food Bank Support

Manna House, Glascote opening times Mon, Tues, Wed and Fri 12.30pm – 3.00pm / St Andrews Church, Leyfields opening times Thurs 11.00am – 1.00pm.

External web link –

Community Together CIC


Support for access to food, struggling to collect medication, befriending and check in calls, unemployment support, debt and finance support, home energy – Tamworth Telephone Support Line 01827 59646.

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Benefits Calculator

A benefits calculator which can be used by anyone who falls into the following categories: 

– Anyone who is worried about their financial situation and don’t know if they are entitled to any benefits.
– Families who aren’t sure what benefits they are entitled to
– Older people who may not have thought they could access any benefits
– Those whose furlough is ending
– Those who may be facing redundancy
– Those made redundant or unemployed

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Revive Hive

Wilnecote Junior and Heathfields Infant Academy are offering to distribute good quality, clean recycled clothes, and accessories for children aged 0-11 years. We have the following items available to be collected. The items have been sorted, cleaned and isolated; they are bagged in aged groups for collection. We have a range of boy and girls’ clothes aged 0-11years. We also have a selection of baby items including new bottles, blankets, bibs etc. If you would like any of these items, please email so we can arrange a collection time for you.

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Home Start Thursday Family Group

Home-Start Tamworth is a local charity which supports ordinary parents in and around Tamworth, Staffordshire, who are going through challenging times.

Home-Start understands that being a parent, whatever your situation, can be very difficult, especially when children are young. Many parents feel exhausted and overwhelmed by the stresses of family life.

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Other useful numbers & websites

These have websites and can be followed on Facebook and Twitter:


MindEd for families and Youngminds

Parent helpline 0808 802 5544

Staffs Mental Health Helpline

0808 800 2234

Text 07860 022821 (Free)


Helpline 116 123 (24hrs)

Combined Wellbeing

Topics include Anger, Anxiety, Body Image, bullying and family relationships

Camhs Resources

Anna Freud Resources

Childrens Mental Health Week

BBC Mental Health advice for parents

Every Mind Matters

Public Health England, with support from some of the most respected organisations in the field, launched a new mental health campaign called “Every Mind Matters” on 7th October 2019.

Every Mind Matters aims to support everyone to feel more confident in taking action to look after their mental health and wellbeing by promoting a range of self-care actions.

Go to for more information.

Child Anxiety workbook for parents

Web link – Child anxiety workbook for parents


Helpful resources to support MH and wellbeing for young people and carers

Books, websites, apps, downloads, videos

Winston Wish – Support for grieving children


Good go to website for mental health and topics including Pants Talk and digital safety

Young Minds

Parent help line 0808 802 5544 for advice, signposting and emotional support