Hagley Catholic High School
Principal: Mr J Hodgson

Called as God’s family, we strive to achieve our personal best, by living and learning in Christ.

Latest Covid-19 updates available here

Hagley Wellbeing Hub

 

The wellbeing of our students here at Hagley is of the upmost importance and at the heart of everything we do. During these most uncertain times this is even more important to our school community. 

To support students further we have provided some suggested wellbeing resources, links and apps that may be useful for both students and parents and carers. 

We have also included some of the Physical activities suggested on our Home Learning Expectations and Timetable, for example the daily live PE lessons with Joe Wicks and the live street dance classes from Diversity.

 

We will be updating our Hagley Wellbeing Hub regularly.

Stay safe and God Bless

L Imrie 

Emotional Health and Wellbeing - Services in Worcestershire

A reminder that Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust have produced a leaflet with information to help direct families, children and young people to services available to support them during this time. Alongside all the services provided by the Trust the leaflet provides a helpful update on some changes that have happened to services recently.
 
Support available includes: Starting Well Partnership, Breastfeeding Support, Health Visitors, School Health Nurses, Special School Nurses, Parenting and Community Providers, Speech and Language Therapy, Community Paediatrics, Orchard Service, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy.
In addition, the leaflet includes support available for Emotional Health and Wellbeing including: CAMHS, Kooth, Here2Help and Now We’re Talking for Healthy Minds Worcestershire.

For more information on CAMHS and Reach4Wellbeing visit:

Worcestershire NHS app to support young people’s emotional wellbeing:
 

Wellbeing & Mindfulness Support:

Wellbeing & Mindfulness Resources:

Worcestershire Community Youth Provision & Positive Activities during Covid-19:

This provision is delivered or supported by a qualified youth worker and normally operates in a range of different community settings and youth centres. Although that's not currently possible that's not stopped youth workers continuing with creativity and innovation across the county taking activity on-line. This is through daily dance, exercise and cooking challenges, bingo, quizzes, Easter Egg hunts, youth clubs and music nights to keep young people active and connected. One to one  and small group work is also continuing. 

If you live in Worcestershire contact Mrs L. Imrie (limrie@hagleyrc.worcs.sch.uk) for contact details  for your local youth worker. For our non-Worcestershire students if this is something you are  interested in please also email and we will signpost you to youth services in your area. 

Physical Activities:

E-Safety:

SEND:

   Please see below some help and advice for students with additional needs or please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions: limrie@hagleyrc.worcs.sch.uk

   Autism /Complex Communications Needs – Coronavirus advice and guidance:

   Hearing Impairment – Coronavirus advice and guidance:

   Vision Impairment – Coronavirus advice and guidance

   Positive Eye – ideas, activities and inspiration

Misc:

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