Springhead Lane, Anlaby Common, Eastriding of Yorkshire, HU5 5YJ

01482 304200

Welcome to The Hub School

Emotional Wellbeing

 At the Hub school we recognise that to give our pupils the best possible outcomes we need to provide access to in house emotional wellbeing support as and when students need this. We have a student support team across both our Anlaby and Welton sites, this team is made up of;

  • X4 HTLA’s
  • X2 Pastoral Coordinators
  • X2 Emotional Wellbeing Leads

The emotional wellbeing lead’s offer proactive intervention to pupils who we recognise will benefit from this. Here at the hub we can offer emotional wellbeing support on the following areas;

  • Recognising and managing different feelings and emotions
  • Recognising and managing anger difficulties
  • Recognising anxious feelings and how to manage these
  • Developing positive self esteem
  • Body Image
  • Friendship and relationship skills
  • Bereavement support
  • Online safety
  • Managing exam pressure and stress

How does emotional wellbeing support work?

  • Regular and scheduled 1:1 intervention session’s with identified students
  • 30-40 minute weekly wellbeing interventions
  • Group sessions if appropriate
  • Drop In sessions held twice a week for students to access emotional wellbeing support as and when it is needed.
  • Pupils progress will be regularly reviewed when receiving regular 1:1 wellbeing intervention

 

Benefits to pupil;

  • Pupils feeling supported due to having allocated time to explore emotions
  • Pupils feeling listened to and their thoughts/feelings being considered
  • Develop a greater awareness of emotional wellbeing
  • Develop healthier coping strategies
  • Increased levels of confidence

 

School Nurse
The Hub school facilitates a school nurse drop in which is based in the school meeting room.
We recognise that to offer the best possible provision we need to allow our pupils to discuss and address any health concerns that they may be experiencing. Our identified nurse is Cath Dyer who will be in school every Wednesday morning. The aim of the School Nurse drop in is to be a confidential and friendly service that our students can access to address any aspect of their health.

 

 

Mental health support;
Samaritans

116 123
https://www.samaritans.org/

YoungMinds

0808 802 5544 (Parents Helpline)

Text the word shout 85258

https://www.youngminds.org.uk/

PAPYRUS
0800 068 4141
https://www.papyrus-uk.org/

NSPCC
0800 1111
https://www.nspcc.org.uk/

MIND
https://www.mind.org.uk/

Newsletters

Wellbeing Newsletter Spring 2024 May

Wellbeing Newsletter Spring 2024

Wellbeing Newsletter Autumn/Winter 2023

 

 

 

WorldMentalHealthDay 2023

Your feelings are valid, and reaching out is a sign of strength!!  

If you feel you need support with your mental health, the below services can help:

 thecalmzone.net/service-direct

 mind.org.uk/get-involved/w

 samaritans.org/?nation=wales

rethink.org