Mental Health and Well-Being

As the world develops and we as people develop with it, we are fully aware mental health is becoming a growing concern for everyone from parents to students and anyone in between. We here at the Colne Community School want to make sure that we offer as much support for our students who may be struggling with mental health issues. This site should help direct students towards agencies to help and also give strategies to help students cope with difficulties they may be facing. Most importantly to help students or parents raise concerns to year leaders or different agencies.

Parenting Together Programme



With Christmas approaching and stress in families potentially increasing, we have an opportunity to support parents to access the Parenting Together programme.

The Parenting Together Programme is for parents who are experiencing stress and/or conflict in their relationship. The programme supports parents to address conflict, find ways to manage stress and disagreements and strengthen their parenting skills. Support is provided by Tavistock Relationships and Relate and is available for one or both parents, whether together or separated and is delivered 1:1 or through group sessions.


Website- https://www.parentingtogethersupportprogramme.org.uk/winter2021

Professionals’ referral - https://www.parentingtogethersupportprogramme.org.uk/winter2021

Self-referral - https://tavistockrelationships.org/p-together

Resources and additional information on healthy relationships can be found on the Livewell Campaign website - https://www.livewellcampaign.co.uk/livewell-articles/healthy-relationships/

"Being kind can brighten someone else's day, and yours. Always choose kind"




Miss Wynne - Mental Health First Aider


"Spend time with people who are good for your mental health"


Mr Feakins Ward - Head of Year

"It doesn't get any easier. YOU just get stronger! We are here to help make sure you get stronger and support you, as you make your way through school."

Mr Elliott - Head of Year

"Asking for help is a sign of strength."


"Don't be hard on yourself, you're doing ok."


"IT'S OK to make mistakes, To have bad days, to be less than perfect...Just be yourself."


Mrs Stannard - Head of year