King’s Leadership Academy Bolton is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all of our students. Health and wellbeing have a significant impact on a young person’s attainment and achievement. In light of this, we have well-established links to local external agencies engaged in the protection, safeguarding and well-being of young people.
All students can expect King’s Leadership Academy Bolton to support them in:
Meeting challenges, managing change and building positive relationships acknowledging differences.
Developing self-awareness, self-worth and respect for others.
Experiencing personal achievement and building resilience and confidence.
Understanding and developing their physical, mental and spiritual well-being and social skills
Understanding how what we eat, how active we are and how decisions we make about our behaviour and relationships affect our physical and mental wellbeing
Participating in a wide range of activities which promote a healthy lifestyle
Understanding that adults in their school community have a responsibility to look after the students, listen to their concerns and involve others where necessary
Learning about where to find help and resources to inform choices
Acknowledging diversity and understanding that it is everyone’s responsibility to challenge discrimination.
Have you got a problem or concern? Need a hand? No one to turn to? Don’t know what to do?
If you have any problems at school, at home, with your family or friends or in the local community please don’t suffer in silence.
The ASPIRE Hub is your safe space to come and ask for help and support or to access materials that may help you with things you are experiencing or how you are feeling. You can access this at school, at home, anytime, anywhere!
There are also lots of links to useful self-help websites for help and advice:
Teen Mental Health – A Guide for Parents