Mental Health and Emotional Well-being

'Here at Hillside we consider the emotional well-being and mental health of all our pupils as a high priority and we are constantly looking at ways to support.We fully appreciate that this transition into secondary school is very uncertain and there are extra pressures and anxieties added to what is already a momentous event for any young person moving from primary school into the next phase of their education.We hope that we can support you and your child practically and emotionally through this transition and we hope you find this supplement useful.If over the coming weeks we can be of any support please don't hesitate to contact school, no question is too trivial, an though we might not have all the answers right now we will certainly do our best to help.'

 

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