The terrible attack in Manchester has affected many people in many different ways. This includes some of our student and members of our school community.
Do not suffer in silence!
School Support is Available:
Our pastoral team is dedicated to offering support to anyone who feels concerned or affected by the attack. They are there for you should you need to speak to them. If you need more discrete support, email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will offer you help.
UPDATE Further support has been available after the event:
Useful links for those looking for a helping hand:
Thrive is a dedicated mental health service for young people. #Thrive can also provide advice and support to parents, carers and anyone that works with a child or young person. Click here for a link to visit their website.
Rochdale will be delivering a number of counselling sessions for those affected. Click the link below for info:
If you are worried about your mental health as a result of the attack please take a look at the government issues leaflet below:
The leaflet outlines common reactions, simple suggestions for how to cope and ways in which children may be supported to cope during the next few days.
Wardle Academy is dedicating time to supporting and educating its young people on the Manchester Attack. Assemblies are taking place and lesson time is being used to ensure every student feels supported and knows where to go should they need to talk to someone. We are there to help you.
Stay Strong Manchester.