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Wellbeing and Mental Health Resources at David Game College

The wellbeing of our students at the College is of paramount importance to us as healthy and focused students, with a positive outlook, make a huge difference to their general happiness and academic progress. We want all our students to be ambitious and adopt a resilient approach to challenges and setbacks, using them as a learning curve and experience they can reflect on and move forward. With this in mind, below is a list of courses and learning resources that can be easily accessed.

Apps and websites:

Childline – Calm Zone     www.childline.org.uk/toolbox/calm-zone

This is an online hub full of calming techniques and resources for young people to help them feel better when they feel anxious, scared or sad.

Recovery Record              www.recoveryrecord.co.uk

Recovery Record is a great app for anyone recovering from an eating disorder and wanting to develop a more positive body image.

Headspace                         www.headspace.com

The headspace app makes meditation simple to learn and apply. It helps you develop mindfulness just using the app a few minutes a day.

Efficacy                              www.efficacy.org.uk

Efficacy provides education on depression and the best strategies for managing the symptoms using a CBT Self-help Guide.

David Game College is committed to promoting your wellbeing and mental health.

If you need to talk to someone, contact your personal tutor or any member of staff and they will organise this for you.

Alternatively, you can ask to speak to Mr John Dalton, who heads our wellbeing and mental health strategy.


Childline:       0800 1111

Samaritans:   116 123 or 0207 734 2800


We also have a Leadership and Resilience Course at the College that all students are invited to. Please ask at Reception for details.

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