Christ Church C of E Primary


2023 Mental Health Awareness Week Resources 

Domestic Abuse Support - Her Centre

 Greenwich Supports: Get help with the cost of living

PHE guidance for supporting children's mental health

Parent Smart - Advice for parents from mental health experts 

 Now more than ever our wellbeing both physically and mentally is constantly being challenged. It has never been more important to look after ourselves and each other. Anyone in our school community should feel free to contact us in complete confidence if they are experiencing difficulties of any sort and we will do whatever we can to assist. We urge parents to prioritise looking after their own wellbeing so that they are able to be alert to and look after their child's wellbeing too. The Public Health England Guidance above includes details of how children may react to stress and addresses specifically the needs of SEN pupils.

Please also take a look at our 'Free school meals & other pupil benefits' page, also found under 'Parents & Community' for details of financial initiatives.

Church of England Supporting Good Mental Health

A series of 13 reflections taking a topic a day, including scripture and a 'Have a go' challenge.

The Royal Borough of Greenwich offer a range of support services that may be of interest.

The Community Hub

Delivered by Charlton Athletic Community Trust The Community Hub can help you with social support, advice and connect you with local services that can help with a range of challenges. You can contact them for help yourself or on behalf of someone you know.

Tel: Freephone 0800 470 4831 Monday-Saturday 8:30am-6pm or email or visit;

Royal Greenwich Community Hub

The hub offers a befriending scheme free of charge, so if you are feeling lonely or isolated call a friendly advisor on Freephone 0800 470 4831 Monday-Saturday 8:30am-6pm

Kooth online mental wellbeing community

Kooth is a free service for younger Greenwich residents aged 10-25.

Qwell counselling service for Greenwich residents

Qwell is a free, anonymous online counselling and emotional wellbeing service for adults aged 26+ 24 hours a day launched following the success of Kooth.

Greenwich Emergency Support Scheme

To access the scheme you must live in Greenwich and be over the age of 18, or 16 to 17 and living in Greenwich with parents or carers.

The scheme was set up to provide discretionary support to local residents who do not have the resources to meet their essential short term needs.

Royal Greenwich Emergency Support Scheme

Live Well Greenwich ' Look After You' All

If you are struggling to cope with difficult feelings or behaviours, practical issues and daily life in general, you can visit Live Well Greenwich for support, advice and top tips.

Live Well Greenwich Young People Live Well Greenwich Parents & Carers

For urgent help if you feel you are no coping with day to day life:

Call Oxleas Crisis Line on 0800 330 8590 (24 hour service)

Call Samaritans 116 123 (24 hour helpline)

Call NHS 111

Crisis Cafe - Mind in Bexleyheath pop in 6pm-10pm every day

Stay Warm Stay Safe

If you are struggling with winter fuel bills this service provides extra support for residents at risk. Call The  Royal Greenwich Community Hub on freephone 0800 470 4831 to speak to a friendly advisor.

Children and Young People

For children and young people with special educational needs & disabilities;

Royal Greenwich Local OfferRoyal Greenwich Families Information Service

You can call the Families Information Service on 0208 921 6921 or email

Childline Calm Zone

Activities and tools to help children maintain or restore calm.



Child Bereavement UK (CBUK) and BBC Bitesize have produced a range of resources to help children and young people cope with bereavement: 

CBUK Helping a young person

Tips on coping with fear of losing a loved one

Request support from Royal Borough of Greenwich on: 08004704831

Online Safety at home pack:
Think you know parent help sheetOnline safety at home