Nurture Support & Well-being

Nurture Support and Well-Being




This period of instability and uncertainty, including increased time at home, can have an adverse effect on the mental health and well-being of both children and adults. 


At Whitwick St John the Baptist, we aim to be there as much as possible for our families and encourage you to seek support should you need or want it at any time.


There are several sources of support available to parents and children during this time:


School Support

- Academic support - we encourage you to contact your child’s class teacher via Weduc or by contacting the office,

- Our Pastoral Manager is highly experienced in supporting children’s wellbeing, and is also available to support families.  Contact the Pastoral Manager via Weduc or by contacting the office,

- Please contact the Headteacher or Deputy Headteacher for any other support via Weduc or by contacting the office.


External Support 

- NHS Direct 


- National Domestic Abuse Helpline 


- Childline 


- The Samaritans 


- Every Mind Matters 


- Heads Together


- Relate (The Relationship People) 


- Drinkaware 


- The Trussell Trust Foodbank 


- Citizen's Advice