Mental Health Support

At Grangetown Primary School, we aim to promote positive mental health for all our children, staff and families.

Here are some contact details for anyone who feels they need extra support with their Mental Health and Wellbeing:

Redcar & Cleveland MIND TEL: 01642 296052

Mind Online mental health tools

SHOUT Urgent mental health helpline. Free from all major UK mobile networks

TEXT 85258 or call 08000516171 available 24 hours, 7 days a week.

CRUSE Bereavement Care Helpline TEL: 08088081677 Mon-Fri

Teeside Samaritans 147 Borough Road. Midlesbrough. TEL: 03300945717 or

24/7 free Helpline TEL: 116123  TEL: 01642 573924 call to self-refer for treatment and support with mental health or access or access information and self-help tools online. for advice and information on mental health issues.

APPS to help support with mental health issues.

Wysa: Mental health support with Depression, Stress and anxiety.

Headspace: Mindful meditation.


15 April

Year 2 - Visit to Waterfall Farm

Half of the Year 2 children will visit Waterfall Farm…


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