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Warwickshire County Council
Warwickshire County Council

Staff wellbeing, including Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) advice

Mental health and wellbeing support for headteachers

Urgent mental health support

If you feel you require urgent mental health support phone the NHS Mental Health Crisis Service on 0300 200 0011.

Need a listening ear?

Free leadership support is available from your local authority. We have a team of school improvement professionals to lend a listening ear. Some will already be known to you in their role as Learning Improvement Officers or Task Group Chairs but this will be different. You may prefer not to talk to someone you have worked with before, or you may wish to continue a relationship.

Up to three 1-2-1 sessions of 50-75 minutes are provided free of charge. Further sessions are available for an additional fee to the school. Sessions are confidential unless there is a safeguarding concern. Headteachers have been provided with contact details separately.

Employee Wellbeing Support Service

Access to a dedicated telephone support line and website is available 24/7, 365 days a year. For more information, contact:

Warwickshire Educational Psychology Service

This service provides coaching support, anxiety reduction, and has information on imposter syndrome. For more information email or call 01926 742941.

Dear Life

Dear Life is a new suicide prevention website which aims to reach people in Coventry and Warwickshire who are seeking support or anyone who is worried about a loved one or someone they know.

Follow @Headsup4HTs on Twitter

A platform providing informal, supportive and positive conversations with peers. This Twitter account is run by an experienced education coach who offers direct messaging support and virtual sessions.

Education Support

A charity ‘dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of the entire education workforce’ provides a free and confidential helpline.

Guidance for Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) staff and their employers

Staff wellbeing | Documents and downloads