Pupil Wellbeing

It is always important to take care of our mental health and wellbeing. Please look through the sections below for practical advice and information on how to access support. For Child Protection matters, click here.

We have put together some resources to help young people as they transition into the blended learning model. Click the image below to view these resources.

Supporting Pupil Wellbeing

 As part of the Scottish government funded 'Counsellor in Schools' programme to support young people more widely, we are pleased to be working with Place2Be.

In joint partnership with The Lighthouse for Perth, the Rotary Club of Kinross and KYTHE, we are pleased to announce a new outreach service for young people in crisis on a Monday between 12 and 4pm. Pupils can self-refer or can speak to their guidance teacher.

Lighthouse Poster

You can also look at the Useful Links section at the bottom of this page. 

Wellbeing Support 

Our House Pupil Support Teams are available to support young people with all aspects of wellbeing. Please fill in the form below to request support. 

Accessing Wellbeing Support Out of School 

As well as having support in school for pupils and their families, there are also many professional organisations out there who can offer help and guidance. You can find websites and contact details for local and national organisations who support young people’s wellbeing here: Wellbeing Support for Young People and Families 

You can also find useful resources and information on Perth and Kinross Council's website.

Building Blocks of Wellbeing 


Contacting House Pupil Support Teams

You can contact the House Pupil Support Teams for advice using the following email addresses:

Useful Wellbeing Resources

KHS Supporting Pupil Wellbeing 
BBC - How to protect your mental health
Unicef - How to talk to your child about Coronavirus 
World Health Organisation - Helping children cope with stress during the 2019-nCoV outbreak 
Young Minds - What to do if you're anxious about coronavirus 
Coronavirus: A Book For Children 
Inclusion, Wellbeing and Equalities Materials
Mindspace 2020
Support for Young People and Families
Togetherall (Tayside) Leaflet 
How to Stay Calm in a Global Pandemic by Dr Emma Hepburn (free e-book)

 

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