Wellbeing 2018-05-21T09:57:55+00:00

Pastoral Care/Wellbeing

In order for us to support the wellbeing of our students and staff, there are a number of different avenues open for advice and help at The Cotswold School.

Communication is key

Our students and their families are able to speak to staff, including personal tutors, Heads of Year and our pastoral team. In addition, the School Nurse, Karen visits the School every Wednesday between 1.20 pm and 2.00 pm. She can be found in the Health Office which is by the Learning Support and Hub rooms. If you need to contact the School Nurse out of these times, please call 0300 421 8906.

The Combat Exam Stress Zone

Working towards exams can create feelings of worry and stress. Here are five quick top tips we recommend you to remember during this time. 1) Remember to breathe and keep perspective 2) Get organised and believe in yourself 3) Get into good habits and a routine - eat, sleep and exercise well 4) Pace yourself - ask for advice 5) Get help and support from family, friends and ask at School Below are some useful links to get further advice. GOOD LUCK!

Exam Stress and Pressure

Exam Stress Advice from Childline

Help with Exam Stress

Exam Stress Guide from the BBC

Help with Exam Stress

Top tips from StudentMind

School Intranet ‘ANTIBULLYING’

There is the ‘ANTIBULLYING’ button on our school intranet; and for particular e-safety concerns, there is the ‘CEOPS’ button both EXAMSTRESSon our intranet and the school website, providing access to help.
Our Intranet

Gloucestershire's Healthy Living

In our pursuit of wellbeing. Should anyone in our school community need further information on mental health and emotional wellbeing, you can access a very useful guide.
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Gloucester ChatHealth New Text Service

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Gloucester ChatHealth Message for Schools

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