Mental Health and Wellbeing
We advocate a child centered approach to learning and work tirelessly to ensure that any stigma around mental health is removed.
The school's mental health lead is Miss M Davies.
Heads of Year, Learning Coordinators and class teachers all support learners with this area.
Enabling learners to be resilient and having a positive mindset is embedded in all we do at BMGS. However, we recognise that there are times in many peoples lives when they may need an extra bit of support.
The school has Be Kind To My Mind ambassadors to support your child. Be Kind To My Mind is a Bolton Campaign to help reduce the stigma around mental health. Their local message to young people is that 'it's okay to talk'. We have a number of way that we can support your child with mental health. Please get in touch with the school for more information.
Please find below some resources that may help to broaden your understanding of mental health as well as ways to support your daughter.
Below you will find useful resources for supporting your child with GCSEs and any anxiety relating to exam stress.
- Exam stress releasing tension
- How to manage stress
- Learner stress management leaflet
- Mind anxiety panic web
- Parent guide supporting your child with GCSEs
- Student guide looking after yourself during gcses