At Craneswater, we are committed to supporting your family’s physical and emotional health and wellbeing. We want to make your child’s journey with us as supported and enjoyable as possible. Our Family Well-being support team are here to help or signpost you to external agencies. We can help with:
your child’s health and well being
Internet safety including social media
We can also offer information on activities in the community to promote your child’s wellbeing.
We run a drop-in service every Monday in term time between 1pm and 3pm. You can either make an appointment via the school office or just drop in. If you cannot make a Monday, we are available at other times with an appointment.
Your main contacts will be:
Mrs T Davis – Lower School well-being support and specialises in SEN.
Mrs S Johnson – Upper school well-being support and specialises in attachment and behaviour.
Websites to support mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic
Ten top tips to help with coronavirus related anxiety
Ideas and advice on mental health and wellbeing
Information for children about coronavirus and where to turn for support
Advice and support available to help with coronavirus related anxiety
Guidelines and resources to support the education of children with SEND during the coronavirus pandemic
City Wide Support
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Healthy Young Minds Information and advice for parents and carers supporting young people in the following areas:
Further support and information:
Portsmouth Mental Health Support Team are offering Zoom workshops to support young people who are experiencing stress and anxiety
An anxiety workbook to use with the guidance of parents, carers or a mental health professional
Child friendly advice and activities for children worried about the Coronavirus pandemic
An online picture book for children worried about the coronavirus pandemic
Advice and information from the Safeguarding Training Centre about child safety and Fortnite