Wellbeing

The staff at Archbishop Sentamu Academy work hard to ensure that your child is supported emotionally. We have a designated wellbeing Officer, Mrs Newman who can spend time with students who may need support.She can offer advice around low self esteem, confidence, peer relationships and mental health.

If you are concerned about your child, you can contact Mrs Newman or email her at wellbeing@sentamuacademy.org. She is available for an informal chat and can provide you with advice.

Here are some useful websites which may be able to help you:

    • How Are You Feeling https://www.howareyoufeeling.org.uk/ – This site offers advice and support to young people, parents and professionals around emotional health and wellbeing 
  • MIND – www.mind.org.uk – Offers advice and support to people who are struggling with their mental health
    • Kooth.com https://www.kooth.com/ – is a free counselling service which offers safe, anonymous online support
  • Free Mental Health support apps

Online safety

Here are some useful online safety links. For further information, visit the online safety page https://sentamu.com/online-safety/). 

Other useful links

    • Hull City Council http://www.hull.gov.uk/ this website has has lots of useful links and information to support during lockdown
  • Hull Safeguarding Children’s Partnership https://www.hullscp.co.uk/ – contains a wealth of information for professionals, volunteers, children and families to help keep children safe. 

Useful telephone numbers 

  • Early Help Team: (01482) 708953
  • CAMHS: (01482) 303680
  • Mind: (01482) 240200

Food Parcels

https://www.thewarren.org/ – 01482 218115