Sometimes our feelings can be really upsetting or scary, especially if you're not sure why you feel the way you do.
If you’re worried about anything you're feeling then opening up to someone can help. You may just need to talk it through – or you may find there is information and support out there that can help.
We're here to help you understand you're not alone and we are here to help you find the support you deserve.
You can talk to any member of staff in school. You can talk to your friends and you can talk to your family members. We are all there to help.
Mrs Merrison and Mrs Rawsthorne are the Mental Health Co-ordinator in school.
Feelings and Symptoms
There can be many different feelings and symptoms of mental health. Below list some common feelings and mental health symptoms.
- Feeling less like you
- Sadness or low moods that don't go away
- Not being interested or wanting to do things
- Feeling tired and exhausted most of the time.
- Just because you feel you have some of these symptoms it doesn't not mean you have mental health issues however if you are worried, you should always talk to somebody.