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Student Wellbeing

We want our students to feel safe, happy and healthy, and enjoy the many aspects of school life.

We place a strong emphasis on building positive relationships and meaningful connections, therefore, our students start their day with Family Start, where they meet with key workers over a healthy breakfast.

Students also take part in a range of daily activities that support their mental health and wellbeing. These include; targeted therapeutic interventions, time with their keyworker and access to a curriculum that has been designed to promote group work activities and support students in feeling connected to the wider Blackpool community.

Our SEN Co-ordinator (SENCO) is Emma Chadwick and our Designated Safeguarding Lead is Melanie Kelsall.


If you ever come across something you think you shouldn’t have seen make sure you tell someone about it. 

Please use this link to report any concerns that affect you or someone you know. More information at kooth.com 

Report to the police any safeguarding concerns that affect you or someone you know.  

Managing Mental Health and Wellbeing Policy