Caring for children's and young people’s mental health

We support children, young people and their families when they have difficulties with their emotional wellbeing, relationships, behaviour or mental health.

We help with all sorts of issues, from common worries to more severe or long-term difficulties. We also support children, young people and their families with disabilities and additional needs like autism.

As a partnership of specialist NHS services and voluntary organisations, we can make sure you and your family get the support you need.

Recorded Transitions workshops for new Year 7s

Please contact administrator Karris Terrell on karris.terrell1@nhs.net to be sent a link.

NEW START, NEW SCHOOL

NEW SCHOOL/ NEW START Settling into Secondary School is designed for Year 7 students

Supporting your child’s transition to secondary school: Recorded workshop for parents

Supporting your family emotionally through Covid-19

To help parents understand the emotions they and their child may be experiencing during the coronavirus pandemic, & provide ideas around supporting their children’s emotional well-being.

Moving on from primary school

A Space has developed this resource to support young people who are getting ready to start secondary school. It contains a series of worksheets to help young people think ahead and prepare for this change.

Directory of Parent Programmes in City & Hackney.

Parenting programmes are one type of support available to parents and carers, which provides them with the opportunity to develop their skills and strategies.

Transitions Passport and Lesson Plan

Use with Y6 students to support them transitioning to secondary school. It offers young people the opportunity to share their worries around transitions & helps schools to identify students who might need support.

ThinkNinja App

Empowering children and young people to build resilience, manage their emotional health and fulfil their potential.

Young Hackney

Advice and activities for young people in Hackney

Young Minds

Charity for young people’s mental health