CAMHS coffee morning

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) have a dedicated team to supporting schools around mental health and wellbeing and as a school we have arranged a “virtual Coffee Morning” over Zoom.

This is a session where Paige, our CAMHS Practitioners and Mrs Vernon (school SENCo) will be online to answer any worries or questions you might have.  This is a session open to everyone so it won’t be a confidential space and is not a referral to CAMHS, but we will listen to what is going on for you all and offer any advice and support we can, or you can just have a chat if that’s what you need.  (You need to provide your own tea and cake though!)

If you would like to access this, the session will take place on Tuesday 23rd March at 10am – 11am.

It is a drop-in session so you do not need to be there at 10, you can log in any time and you can keep cameras off if you prefer.  

The link will be available nearer to the time.  However, if you require further information, please do not hesitate to contact

Supporting children and young people with SEND online

Internet Matters have produced this document which outlines some advice for parents and carers to help children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) stay safe online.

Further advice can also be found here: