St. Mary's

Mental Health & Well-being

Mental health and well-being are essential components of a healthy and successful life. Good mental health allows individuals to cope with the stresses of daily life and perform their duties to the best of their ability. For students, mental health plays a crucial role in their academic performance, social relationships, and personal development. Parents also need to prioritize their mental health and well-being to manage the many demands and pressures of parenthood. School staff, including teachers and administrators, also face significant stress and workload, which can impact their mental health and ability to perform their duties effectively. Promoting mental health and well-being in schools can help create a positive and supportive environment that fosters student achievement and staff productivity. Strategies such as providing access to counseling services, promoting healthy lifestyle habits, and creating a positive school culture that values mental health and well-being can benefit everyone involved in the educational process. By prioritizing mental health and well-being, students, parents, and school staff can lead happier and more fulfilling lives, both inside and outside of the classroom.

Hence, we believe it is essential to provide you with simple yet effective strategies, helpful helplines, and digital resources that can be beneficial. Our aim is to support you and your family in prioritizing your mental health, and we encourage you to take advantage of the available resources to ensure your well-being is being taken care of.

Useful Documents & Resources


5 Ways to Well-being

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Anxiety Resource Pack

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CASHER over the Summer

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CSAE poster

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OCD pack

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Trauma resource pack

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Well-being Pack

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Useful Phone Numbers & Websites

Blackpool Food Bank

To donate food please call 01253 358842 or 07368 929770

Our Emergency Food Parcel hotline number is as follows:

  • Public Food Parcel Hotline 07809 258135 (Mon-Fri 9am – 4pm)

0800 11 11

Fleetwood Together

Food parcels can be requested by calling the following number.

  • Food Parcel Hotline 01253 774313

To donate food please contact Shaun McNeil on the following number

  • Food donation number 07889 133445
NHS Mindfulness
Parents' Guide for safe YouTube & Internet Streaming for kids
Rail Safety

To help raise awareness to students across the UK and educate them about the dangers of the train tracks click the link below to watch the rail safety video.  Enter the email: [email protected] when prompted.

Teen Mental Health - A Guide for Parents
The Mental Health Family Hour