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Chilthorne Domer Church School

Together we Love, we Aim High and we Celebrate!

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Chilthorne Domer Church School's Senior Mental Health Lead is:

Mrs Georgina Smith

Your Mental Health First Aiders are


Youth Mental Health First Aid (2 day course):

  • Mrs Louise White
  • Mrs Nichola Chesterton


Youth Mental Health First Aid (Half day course):

  • Mrs Tracey Burt
  • Mrs Louise Knight
  • Mrs Nichola Chesterton

Our Mental Health and Wellbeing policy is available by following the link below:

Children's Mental Health Week 7-13th February


We value our children's welfare and this week is a very important feature in our school calendar. All pupils will have the opportunity to participate and engage in activities relating to this year's theme - "Growing Together." We will be asking key questions such as:

What is growing together?

Why is it important?
Who helps us grow emotionally?


There are also tips for parents and carers via this link: 


In addition, Parent Mental health Day took place and this is the link for information relating to it:


We will be awarding certificates to our Mental Health champions too!

Follow the link below to find more Mental Health resources:

Somerset Big Tent: 

Please follow the link below to access information about Mental Health Services within our local area. 


Useful resources to support Mental Heath and Well-being

This leaflet provides simple advice and guidance to parents and carers about how to make conversations about their child's feelings part of everyday conversation. Find it here and attached below.

Mental Health and Well-being resources for parents 


Parenting or caring for a child or young person whilst educating them at home can be difficult. It's also important to make sure you look after your own mental well-being. Please see some links to fantastic sites and resources below, which may help you negotiate this tricky period.