Personal, Social and Health Education Support Links

Children are taught PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education) which seeks to enable them with the skills to deal with lots of different life situations. They will cover lots of different topics within their lessons and may want to ask further questions or find out more. This list of resources can be used to support them at home.

This list is nowhere near exhaustive, but a good place to start is:

Action for Children

This website contains lots of up to date services to support children’s mental health and is a great place to start. If you can’t find the help you need on there, please refer to the list below for further services. These websites offer help and support for various situations and are free to access at any time. If you would like further signposting to specific services, please get in touch with the school.

Other Important Websites



Bullying UK (advice parents and schools)

 Eating disorders

Charity supporting anyone affected by eating disorders, anorexia, bulimia or any other difficulties with food, weight and shape.

 Parental support

Support for Children

Parent Zone


Child line

Helps you get ready for the first time you visit a doctor to discuss your mental health

Resources for schools, young people and parents on depression

Samaritans accept calls from all ages and provide a young people’s emotional health resource

Offers support to young people under 25

Medicines info

HeadMeds is from Young Minds and is for young people to help make choices about medicines

Medicines for children

Great Ormond Street website with useful info