Welcome to our Wellbeing Area

Welcome to Knole Academy's wellbeing area.  Here you can find advice about how to support your wellbeing, as well as support for mental health issues and coping with traumatic events in life.

The Wellbeing Hub:

The Wellbeing Hub Badge

We’re delighted to announce we’ve invested in The Wellbeing Hub from Teen Tips, supporting the mental health of our whole school community.  

Using this link parents can view the wide variety of resources designed to support the social, emotional and educational needs of young people. 

To sign up for full access to this amazing resource click here  

Below is a guide showing what is available to parents who sign up:

Parent user guide wellbeing hub


The wellbeing of our students is a key priority for the school. We want all of our students to have the resilience to be able to cope with the demands of their lives. There are five elements of wellbeing which we promote around the academy and through our broad curriculum:

Tips to Improve Your Wellbeing-

  • Relax and lower your stress (listen to music, go for a walk, try mindfulness)
  • Learn new things and be creative (play an instrument, draw or bake) 
  • Spend time in nature 
  • Be in contact with others 
  • Look after your body (drink enough water, eat healthily, do some exercise)
  • Get enough sleep

Many of us need additional support to keep our emotional wellbeing in check. At Knole we currently have a range of provisions to promote positive emotional wellbeing- the poster below summarises this provision. 

Supporting your emotional wellbeing picture

Mental Health

Sometimes we feel that we may have mental health needs (or that our children have) or are experiencing traumatic experiences.  The video below will help you to understand what mental health is. 


The information on this page is provided to inform and help you. Click on the menu on the right hand side to be taken to information on signs and symptoms of a range of mental health issues and triggers, and support and guidance for young people or parents/carers. This information comes from experts in recognised national and local support services. 


Useful Links: 


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