Health & Wellbeing Advice

Academic Coaching

Counselling – The College offers a confidential counselling service. Students wishing to access this service are asked to email to be added to the list. Those making such a request will be offered an assessment appointment as soon as possible. The College also has a Mental Health Lead with whom students can book an appointment. The Mental Health Lead is based in Blythe Level 7 (top floor).

The following policies are related to the Health & Wellbeing of students:

Health, Wellbeing & Fitness to Study Policy

Policy and Protocols for Prayer & Use of the Quiet Room

College Position Statement – Promoting Resilience

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Case Studies

James Mason

James Mason came to the College from Alderbrook School to study A levels in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Further Maths.…

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