Our Wellbeing Support Team


Whilst all staff have a responsibility to promote and support the mental health of students, some staff have specific roles and will always welcome you to come and talk to them about any mental health worries you have.


Meet The TEAM


Mr Windeatt

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mr Beaumont

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Allan

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Miss Clarkson


Mrs Allan

Mental Health Lead

Mrs Wybrow

Emotional Wellbeing Advisor

Miss Horley

Year 7
Non-Teaching Year Lead

Mrs Smith

Year 8
Non-Teaching Year Lead

Mrs Watler

Year 9
Non-Teaching Year Lead

Mrs Hampton

Year 10
Non-Teaching Year Lead

Mrs Leforgeais

Year 11
Non-Teaching Year Lead

Mrs Gargrupe

Sixth Form
Non-Teaching Year Lead

Mrs Dowling

Non-Teaching Year Lead

Miss Whitehead

Non-Teaching Year Lead


”Wellbeing is a key priority within the Beauchamps family and promotion of positive mental health and wellbeing is embedding within the school community. We recognise dealing with issues such as anxiety, low mood, mental health, wellbeing, self-regulation, or bereavement can be a barrier to success.

We support students mental and emotional health in a range of ways in school:

Whole school approach

Quality first teaching which includes differentiations

Year Leads

Support which is guided by the pastoral team and takes place on site within the school day

In-school specialist support

Support which is likely to occur mostly outside the mainstream classroom but sill on school site

External specialist support

Support which is likely to occur using services external to school staff and may occur on or off school site

On school site, we offer a variety of support which include:

  • Year Leads mentoring
  • Wellbeing mentoring
  • Wellbeing drop-ins during break and lunch times
  • Thrive Approach sessions
  • Nurture Groups
  • Youth Worker
  • Bi-monthly visits from the school nurse
  • Young carers support
  • Social and Emotional support
  • Anxious School refusal support

Please look at the school’s easy read on accessing mental health: 

If a student is worried about their mental health or someone, they know at Beauchamps High School they are provided with a pathway in school that supports them to speak to staff member.



Here are some activities to try at home to suport your wellbeing.


Navigating the Exam Season Resources – with Place2Be

– advice for young people, schools and families on managing exam and results day stress.  

The PACE Model

14 days of Home Wellbeing Challenges from ELSA
Keep a record of the positive things in your life
100 suggestions for Wellbeing Activities
My Place OK - A lovely activity suitable for all ages, often used in therapy, by Kids Inspire
More ELSA Support ideas
EPIC Psychology and Wellbeing Services have information for parents and activities for Young people relating to anxiety and resilience as well as some Corona Virus specific resources
If you're feeling overwhelmed or anxious, we've got calming activities to help.
However you're feeling, it can be great to express yourself and do things you enjoy. And that's where the Childline Toolbox comes in. Take your mind off things with games, advice from our videos or find new ways to handle your emotions.


These apps are mainly free to install but may offer in-app purchases or require use of data.
Please check the app provider’s terms and condition and get the bill payer’s permission.
These apps offer a form of help but do not replace professional help or treatment.

Combined Minds

The above App is called Combined Minds
and is specifically for parents who have

children with mental health difficulties

Move Mood
Smiling Mind