Your Care & Wellbeing

As a student at St Gregory's, how you feel affects every part of your school day – your mood, your performance, your health and your ability to make friends. It's important you know that when you need help or support - however big or small the problems may feel - that there is always someone to talk to and share your feelings with.

Are you feeling low, anxious or worried about something? 
Are you worried about someone else?

If you need some extra support you can contact your tutor, any of your teachers, or anyone on the pastoral team. The pastoral team are based in the building in the Piazza. Come and chat with us – any questions, any problems, we’re here to help.

If you need some extra support, you can contact your tutor, your Head of Year or any of your teachers. You can also use the email address below and we will be in contact to offer confidential advice and support.



Darren JaggonActing Director of Pastoral

Sarah HollywoodActing Assistant Headteacher

Simon BrooksDeputy Head of Sixth Form & Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL)

Zsuzsanna JenkinsFamily Support & Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL)

Mr DunbarBehaviour Manager

Stuart HarrisReset Room Manager

Rita WestBehaviour Support

Matt RobinsonLay Chaplain

There may be times when you are feeling unhappy, anxious or just struggling a little but it's important to know that you are not alone and there are lots of people at school and outside of school, who are available to help you.

We work closely with a number of agencies including Social Services, Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS), The Willow Project, Bath Area Play Project (BAPP) Mentoring Plus, Youth Connect, Project 28 (for drug and substance abuse) and can connect you with specialist help when needed.

Focus Counselling, Off the Record and Bath Youth for Christ also offer internal, school-based listening support and counselling to our students. We can help to organise this for you and make arrangements for you to meet someone during the school day.

If you have any safeguarding concerns or would like to talk in confidence to a member of the pastoral team please email

In addition to contacting us you might find it useful to contact the following services for further advice and support. Below, you will find links and advice on accessing a range of services for young people.


School Nurse

School Nursing is a confidential service that can offer support around emotional health, anxiety, sleep, healthy lifestyles and diet, sexual health, smoking and alcohol use and much more.

The School Nurse runs a confidential drop in clinic on Thursday lunchtimes 13.30-14.10 in the Admin Corridor.

If you would like an appointment you can ask your teacher, parent or carer to refer to them. Come to the drop-in clinic or text 07901 140987 for an appointment.

B&NES School Nursing Team



Your GP can check any physical symptoms linked to your health and talk with you about your emotional well-being making a referral to a specialist service if necessary.


Off The Record

Off the Record provide a range of free services including counselling, listening support, youth participation, advocacy and specialist groups, support for care leavers and LGBTQ+ focused youth group. Tel 01225 312481 or text 07753 891 745 (for Listening Service).



Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) is a free NHS service that assesses and treats under-18s with emotional, behavioural and mental health difficulties. For more information and to make a self-referral please visit their website.


Youth Connect

Youth Connect offer a range of support, including youth work, 1-1 targeted support, careers advice and guidance.



Southside supports individuals and families living in B&NES to make positive changes to their lives. Southside is there for you whether you are grappling with problems such as domestic abuse, substance abuse, mental health difficulties or problems with finance and debt, housing issues or concerns related to education and employment.


Mentoring Plus

Mentoring Plus supports young people in B&NES who are facing challenges.


Sapling CBT

Sapling CBT is a private specialist child and adolescent Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Provider. Reduced fees and funding may be available through St John’s Foundation, which provides funding support to individuals and families in B&NES who are struggling financially.

There may be times when you or your child need to seek support but may feel you or they wish to speak to someone outside of school. The links below are provided to signpost you to a range of providers who can offer guidance, advice and additional resources.


Mental Health

CAMHS Online Resources is a website for young people, carers and professional that pools together lots of helpful resources from across the internet that are available to help support your mental health and wellbeing. They also have a collection of websites for different needs and issues.

The Mix is the UK’s leading support service for young people. They can help you take on any challenge you’re facing, from mental health to money, from homelessness to finding a job, from break-ups to drugs. They offer online and social media support or a free, confidential helpline.

Boys in Mind provides resources aimed at helping reduce the stigma around male mental health issues.

Young Minds leading charity committed to improving the emotional well-being and mental health of children and young people.

Childline counselling service for children and young people provided by NSPCC. Tel: 0800 1111

Anna Freud Centre a children’s charity dedicated to providing training and support for mental health services, excellent resources.

Kooth is a free online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people.

Charlie Waller Trust offer an amazing pool of resources and training for parents whose children struggle with mental health issues – from eating disorders to depression, self harm and anxiety – look out for their free webinars, well worth signing up for!

Talking Teenagers is a podcast series comprising interviews with experts designed to help parents and pastoral leaders with some of the key issues of raising teenagers in today’s world. They are brought to you in association with I Can & I Am.

Therapy Comics mental health resources using comics instead of text.

OCD Action is a national charity that provides support and information to anyone affected by OCD.

Happy Maps lots of information about health topics.

Calmzone a toolbox of calming activities from Childline


Eating Disorders

Beat website dedicated to eating disorders.

Guide to UK FREE Eating Disorders Helplines



Rise Above has helpful information about gaining confidence, managing anxiety and general advice from the people who’ve been there themselves.

Brave Online, online CBT for young people experiencing anxiety.

Anxiety UK offer advice and support for those suffering from anxiety and panic.


Substance Misuse

Project 28 is the young people’s drug and alcohol service in B&NES. It provides advice, guidance and one-to-one sessions for young people who are having problems with drugs and/or alcohol.

FRANK offers free confidential support and advice about drugs for young people.

Re-Solv is a charity working to end solvent abuse. They offer telephone, text email and online support.


Suicide and Self Harm Prevention

Samaritans a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress or struggling to cope. 24/7 helpline available. Tel 116 123

Harmless provides a range of services about self harm and suicide prevention including support, information and training to people who self harm, their friends and families.

National Self Harm Network offers support forums in a safe environment that can help people understand and manage self-harm.

Papyrus is a national charity dedicated to the prevention of young suicide.

No Harm Done is a project run by Young Minds aimed at young people who self harm or are at risk of self harming, their parents and the professionals working with them.



Winston’s Wishes support children and young people after the death of a parent or sibling.

Cruse bereavement support via phone call, chat services.

HopeAgain is the youth website of Cruse, where you can learn from other young people how to cope with grief and feel less alone.

Good Grief bereavement support, practical and emotional support.