Student Wellbeing and E-Safety

Keeping our children safe and healthy


With Mental Health Awareness Week commencing on May 9, we have selected a range of resources and websites around mental health and Wellbeing

Stockport Council Children’s Emotional Health and Wellbeing Advice and Guidancestockport.fsd.org.uk


Action for Happinesswww.actionforhappiness.org

The Importance of MotivationPDF Download

The Mix – UK-based charity that provides free, confidential support for young people under 25: The Mix – Essential support for under 25s

Anna Freud Mentallyhealthyschool: Resource library : Mentally Healthy School

Apps to help with Mental Health and Wellbeing

Reporting Harmful Content

We’re here to help everyone report harmful content online

If you’ve experienced or witnessed harm online we can help. 

Report Harmful Content can help you to report harmful content online by providing up to date information on community standards and direct links to the correct reporting facilities across multiple platforms

Childline Report Remove

Having your nudes shared can feel scary, and it can leave you feeling worried or even ashamed. But it’s not your fault. 

It’s against the law for anyone to share a sexual image or video of someone who’s under 18, and we’re working with the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) and Yoti to help you remove any sexual image or video of you that’s online. 

Report Remove is safe, easy and free – all you need to do is follow these steps: 

  • choose your age range
  • create a Childline account so we can send you updates on your report
  • report your image or video to the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)
  • talk to a Childline counsellor if you want any extra support, or access support on the Childline website 
  • check your Childline locker a few days after your report to see if you need to add any more information and to see updates on your report 
  • report any issues with this process by sending an email from your Childline locker with the subject ‘Report Remove’ and as much information about the problem as you can. 

Useful information websites for advice and guidance:

  • Advice for parents and young people about coping with all types of bullying: Anti-bullying advice website
  • Useful website on all internet matters including cyberbullying; mobiles and devices tech guide and setting parental controls: Internetmatters
  • NSPCC website on keeping children safe: NSPCC
  • Advice on how to talk to your children and technical advice: Childnet International
  • UK Safer Internet Advice: UK Safer Internet Centre
  • CEOP Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre Parent Information: Parent info
  • Report a serious incident and general advice: Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) works with child protection partners across the UK and overseas to identify threats and bring offenders to account. To report any form of internet abuse or cyberbullying directly, click here.
  • You can download a document that shares tips for supporting young people online here.

Keep updated with all the latest developments from the Thinkuknow Programme by following @ThinkuknowUK on Twitter and liking ClickCEOP on Facebook.

Keeping Fit

P.E. with Joe Wickswww.youtube.com

Fitness Boot Camp with Mr Marshwww.youtube.com

Time to Relax

Sometimes we all need to relax so we’ve also been collecting a list of some fun activities you can do from home,

Virtual DisneyWorldwww.youtube.com

Teapot Trust – Relaxation Exercises | Teapot Trust (teapot-trust.org)

Meditation for Kids – Meditation For Kids – Headspace