Safeguarding & Wellbeing

Wellbeing

At Peacehaven Community School, we recognise the importance of fostering a strong sense of wellbeing among all members of our community in order to achieve our goal of outstanding education within a supportive environment. We are committed to providing unwavering support to our students, parents, and staff, as we believe that their wellbeing is paramount to creating a positive learning environment.

Our staff members are highly valued, and we are dedicated to providing them with the resources and support they need to be able to nurture the wellbeing of all our students. By ensuring that everyone feels supported, we are confident that we can achieve our goals and create a thriving learning community.


Mental Health and Wellbeing Newsletter February 2023 - Edition 3
Mental Health and Wellbeing Newsletter 22/23 - Edition 2
Mental Health and Wellbeing Newsletter 22/23 - Edition 1


Mental Health Foundation Leaflets
The truth about self harm
How to exercise
How to overcome fear & anxiety
How to sleep
How to manage & reduce stress
How to mindfulness
Best ever mental health tips

Other info from the newsletter
Cost of Living Newsletter
Discovery College - the Power of the voice


Mental Health and Wellbeing Newsletter 21/22 - Edition 3

Mental Health and Wellbeing Newsletter 21/22 - Edition 2

Mental Health and Wellbeing Newsletter 21/22 - Edition 1


PCS peer mentors

PCS peer mentors are year 11 students who have volunteered and been trained to support students in year 7 and 8. A Peer Mentor supports young people to understand the barriers they are facing and help them overcome them in order to help them feel safe at school and to get the most out of their education.

Some common aims of peer mentoring programmes:

  • Support transition (e.g. from primary to secondary school)

  • Help with social problems

  • Help with emotional difficulties

  • Academic support

  • Decision making

  • Building trust

  • Planning for the future

The benefits will be different for everyone. They might include:

  • Connecting with new people

  • Learning from a mentor

  • Having someone to talk to

  • Experiencing someone who understands

  • Getting help

Any student who wants to work with a peer mentor can ask their form mentor or head of year to contact the programme. 

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