Wellbeing Hub

Welcome to our online wellbeing hub. This area contains information about resources and activities that parents and students can do to support wellbeing. We have links to local and national sources of advice and support, websites, apps and further reading for all members of the Six Villages family to use. 

Within the academy, we encourage students to apply for leadership roles. We now have a team of ‘Wellbeing Ambassadors’ who work across the academy supporting staff with student mental health and wellbeing. The team have been trained in peer mentorship and have also completed ‘The Diana Award’ in anti-bullying practice. 

We also have an allocated space in the academy for wellbeing, this hub is a dedicated space for students to access information and receive support from wellbeing ambassadors. Students can be referred by any member of the academy community and their ambassador will then meet with them and support them during their time at school. 

In addition to the ambassador team, we have also appointed two ‘Wellbeing Administrators’ who coordinate the team in organising their appointments and liaising across the academy in areas such as public profile, social action, and fundraising. 

Our thanks go to our ambassador team for their commitment to and ambition for improving the academy community. 

Our wellbeing ambassador team is 

  • Amelia P
  • Chantelle B
  • Amber O
  • Josie Van D
  • Summer L
  • Amy O
  • Taylor D
  • Ellie R
  • Martha E
  • Lucy F
  • George B

We understand the pressures that families have encountered in recent years and look forward to working with you to support, enhance and guide us all in maintaining and improving our mental health and wellbeing

If you have any feedback or suggestions for the work of our wellbeing team please do not hesitate to contact me [email protected]

We’re all facing challenges and extra pressures right now. If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health, there’s plenty of help available.

Chat to West Sussex Mind.

Call the Sussex Mental Healthline free anytime on 0800 0309 500.

Text ‘Sussex’ to 85258 for a free, confidential chat.

Call Samaritans on 116 123 or email [email protected]

Contact Preventing Suicide in Sussex for advice on spotting the signs and where to get immediate local help.

Check your local wellbeing hub for events near you.

Discover what works for you with Every Mind Matters.

Your Mind Matters has details of services and resources available for children and young people.