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Wellbeing at Forres

Just a reminder that the Mental Health Support Team will remain open and continue to offer interventions over the summer holidays.  Here are some of the virtual workshops that you may find useful:



Guide to Anxiety


I would like to inform you on the service provision being offered by the children & young person’s team at Herts Mind Network under the Spot the Signs and Emotional Wellbeing project.



They are now able to deliver all of their sessions via Webinar and have put on extra open sessions throughout April to meet increased need. Sessions include:

  1. 5 Ways of Wellbeing for families (with a focus on isolation)
  2. Introduction to Mental Health for families
  3. Emotional Wellbeing & Coping Strategies for parents/carers to support themselves and their young person(s)
  4. Adolescent Development for teens and parent/carers
  5. Spot the Signs Youth Suicide Prevention course for youth professionals




Sessions will regularly be added to the Eventbrite (  with the addition of a short-format suicide prevention session coming soon. If you follow their Eventbrite page and encourage others to do so you will be notified of when new events are listed.



Kind Regards,


Laura Port

Pastoral Lead

07921 848 776

In Forres School we are constantly working towards promoting pupils' spiritual, moral, social, cultural, mental and physical development. Our Home/School Agreement (signed by pupils, parents and the school), clearly sets out expectations which aims to ensure that pupils get the most from our school and are enthusiastic about learning and their continued personal development. We hope that you as parents know how to support or assist your child's learning and how to access further support if needed. We will always contact you if there are any issues with attendance, punctuality, work or the behaviour of your child.  Please inform us of anything you feel may be affecting your child's learning and/or well-being.  Mrs Port has taken on the role of Pastoral Leader and is available to discuss any concerns you may have.

Head Lice Support/Care

Head lice are frequently a problem in schools and we encourage/it is recommended that you check your children once a week, please find below an upload of a leaflet from who offer very helpful advice and support in dealing with this pesky problem!


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