Helpful Hyperlinks for all the Family




Lucy’s Blue Day is about a very special little girl with magical hair. It changes colour with her emotions. If she is feeling happy, it is purple. If she is jealous, it will turn green. This charming story is the tale of when Lucy wakes up and her hair is blue, and she doesn’t understand why. This can be watched on you tube or at 

Lucy soon learns that it is #OKNotToBeOK




C.H.A.T.S .Parent/carer Help, Advisory ,Training Support group. – We are really trying to reach out to parents in lockdown who are currently supporting children and young people with emotional and mental health problems, such as; anxiety • Low Mood • Depression • Self Harm • Eating Disorders • Sleep Problems • Suicidal Thoughts • Obsessions and Compulsions • and more.  We are still here to help; if you need emotional/practical support or just someone to talk too please contact: Parent Reps: Claire – 07846 332609, Rebecca – 07939 685408, CAMHS/CPS: Wendy/Kat – 01524550650.  You are welcome to join our fortnightly Skype drop-ins Tuesday’s 11-12pm. Email Claire for an invite.


Achieve Change and Engagement (A.C.E) – For Year 6 children and upwards.
Coronavirus update:- A.C.E works with children and young people to support them to build emotional resilience, putting their voices at the heart of their work.  ACE is continuing to support young people during the coronavirus pandemic, using different methods. ACE is still open for referrals from young people, parents and other agencies at this time.  Usual service is supplemented by a seven day a week 10 am – 10 pm phone line for any young person aged between 11 and 25 in Lancaster Districts who is experiencing emotional distress and would like to talk to or text one of the emotional health workers.  Email: or phone: 0800 144 8461, 07717316883 or 07468600903. Click the logo to take you to the web page.


Andrew Rooney Regional Development Manager (London & South East ...

Kooth is an online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people, aged 11 to 18,accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop and free at the point of use.The website allows young people to gain anonymous access to advice, support and guidance on any issue that is affecting their well-being. From friendship or relationship issues, family disagreements or difficult home lives, to concerns around eating, anxiety,stress, depression, self harm, suicidal thoughts etc.


MeeTwo Mental Help


Mee-Two – Don’t let it bring you down. With MeeTwo you can: Ask questions; anonymity means that you can ask about literally anything Get advice from other teenagers; you’ll soon find out that you are not the only one struggling with a particular issue Help other young people; sharing your experiences can help other kids who are in the same situation Get expert input; a team of experts ensure that all questions get smart safe support. Learn about stuff they don’t teach you at school; wellbeing, mental health, sexual health, relationships, friendships and a whole lot more. Be sure that you are safe; every post gets checked before it goes live so there is zero bullying Feel free to reach out to us directly if you have any questions: MeeTwo has been designed by young people for young people. It has the support of experts and schools across the UK. Please remember MeeTwo cannot provide medical or crisis support.


CEOP - YouTube

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command (CEOP) help children stay safe online. Has someone acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know? It may be sexual chat, being asked to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable or someone being insistent on meeting up. You can report it here.



Training and Development | EduStaffAdvice and support for parents and carers – This site provides lots of tips and advice.  It also covers topics, such as; managing tantrums, behaviour, routines, anxiety, family tension and lockdown separation. Please click on the image.



Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust | Mindsmatter ... We are improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service part of Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust. We are a wellbeing service offering a range of free psychological therapies to people aged 16 and over in Lancashire.  Mindsmatter offer access to a range of brief therapeutic interventions, including online programmes and one-to-one therapy, across our localities to support people’s differing emotional needs.  This service is run by the NHS and operates a self-referral service, please click on the link: Mindsmatter


Every Mind Matters – Having good mental health helps us relax more, achieve more and enjoy our lives more. We have expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and well-being.



Well Communities give support to people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction through therapy, counselling, peer mentoring, employment training and social activities. They help their members start their lives afresh with new friends, stronger family links and better prospects.  They have the expertise to support people with a variety of problems such as a history of offending, mental health issues, homelessness, learning difficulties and childhood abuse. Services are free and people can use them for as long as they want.