If you are in need of support, please do not hesitate to speak to your Tutor, Year Leader, Miss Harrison or Dr Palmer. Staff will be able to put you in the touch with the right people who can help you and offer you support as well. We have counsellors who come into School and a school nurse, who runs a drop-in on Thursdays.
Do not hesitate to reach out for support.
Useful links are below.
- Child line 0800 1111 www.childline.org.uk
- Samaritans 116 123 www.samaritans.org
- Papyrus HOPELineUK 0800 0684141 www.papyrus.org.uk
- Kooth www.kooth.com online
- The Big White Wall www.bigwhitewall.com ( 16+)
- Young Minds www.youngminds.org.uk
- Beat www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk 0808 801 0677
- Essex Young People’s Drug and Alcohol Service 01245 493311
- Mind 01702 601123 www.seandcessexmind.org.uk
If you have any concerns over the safety of a child or young person: The Designated Safeguarding Lead is Miss F Harrison.
The pastoral Team:
Assistant Headteacher – Pastoral – Miss Fiona Harrison – Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)
Year 7 Year Leader Mrs Nina Lewis
Year 8 Year Leader Mrs Hayley Busby
Year 9 Year Leader Miss Charlotte Burnham
Year 10 Year Leader Miss Georgie Sales
Year 11 Year Leader Mrs Marion Chumbley
Assistant Headteacher – Sixth Form – Dr Michael Palmer – Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL)
Year 12 Year Leader Mrs Jacqui Hicks (maternity cover for Mrs Hiett)
Year 13 Year Leader Mrs Hayley Ellen
Dr Palmer has oversight of Years 12 and 13, Mrs French has oversight of Years 7 – 11
Each student is encouraged to discuss their achievements and concerns with us at all times. They are mentored and progress monitored by their form tutor in the first instance. The Assistant and Deputy Heads of Sixth Form take responsibility for each year group, and develop an overview of each girl. Overall responsibility for Sixth Form pastoral care lies with the Head of Sixth Form.
In addition to the extensive support within the Sixth Form team, students are also able to access support from the school nurse, who holds drop in sessions once a week. They can also access a counselling service within school.
Key issues of personal development and well-being are considered as part of the Sixth Form PSHE and Enrichment Day programmes.
Students can also access support through the pastoral email address: SFstudentsupport@cchs.essex.sch.uk
The following staff are fully trained Mental Health First Aiders – Youth
- Mrs Adams
- Mrs Dale
- Mrs Ellen
- Mrs Goksel
- Mrs Hiett
- Miss Harrison
- Miss Pocock