Metal Health And Wellbeing

Being mentally and emotionally healthy means students believe in themselves and know their own worth. They set themselves goals that they can achieve and are supported in setting these goals. Students are aware of their emotions and what they are feeling and can understand why. 

Students can cope with their changing emotions and can speak about and manage their feelings. They understand what others may be feeling and know how to deal with their own feelings. They also understand when to let go and not overreact. Students know how to make friendships and how to cope with changes in them. They understand that everyone can be anxious, worried or sad sometimes.

Students know how to cope with, and bounce back from, changes or problems and can talk about them to someone they trust.


Please have a look at the link below which gives you a brief explanation of the service provided by Kooth and how you might find it useful.

Download Kooth Presentation Metro

METRO Snap is a group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, non-binary, queer and questioning young people in Bromley.


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Mermaids has been supporting transgender, nonbinary and gender-diverse children, young people, and their families since 1995.

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LGBTQ+ Books


Useful Links

Bereavement Services

Young Carers


Young carers - Bromley Well

Young carers - Bromley Well

Young Carers. Bromley Well provides support for young people who care for others - Young Carers.. We support Young Carers aged 4 to 19 to manage caring relationships whilst enjoying childhood. There are two full-time Young Carer Workers.



Bexley Young Carers - Imago Community

Imago Young Carers delivers a support service to anyone aged 8-18 living in Bexley who is taking on caring responsibilities for a family member with a long-term illness, disability, mental health or substance misuse issue.



Young Carers | Carers Lewisham

Young Carers | Carers Lewisham

Young Carers. The Carers Lewisham Young Carers Service supports children and young people aged between 5-25 years old who look after parent(s), sibling(s) or other relatives/friends who are disabled, ill, have mental ill health or a drug or alcohol problem.


Are you a child or young person who cares for a family member or dependent? | Young carers | Royal Borough of Greenwich (

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