York High School has developed some really useful health and wellbeing advice and support under the umbrella, YHS Cares. This has been designed to help support with pupils’ health and wellbeing.
Pupils and parents can find help and advice across a range of topics and links directing to websites for further advice and support.
Anyone with concerns can contact the Head’s of House and Pupil Welfare Office or Miss Masterman.
In 2020, one in six children (16%) aged five to 16 had a probable mental health disorder up from one in nine (11%) in 2017.
It is worrying and stressful for any parent to see their child having difficulty with their mental health, and when you search for information it can be hard to know where to start. That’s why we’ve compiled ‘Mental Health Difficulties in Children and Young People. A Toolkit for Parents’. It is designed to provide an overview of the key topics, signpost to further information from trusted sources, and share insights from parents and young people who have been through it.
This toolkit will help you to:
Place2Be have the following practical tips to support children’s wellbeing and behaviour here.
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What a fantastic book fair - after a great week of excited sales and fabulous book conversations we have been able to add over £100 of books to the library!
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And here we have our final pieces going to their homes @KPSFeed and @York_High completed by children in all six of our schools @SBMatYork Art Fest 2023! #familyofschools