Emotional health, or mental well-being, is about how you're feeling and how well you can cope with your day to day life.
At St Gregory's Catholic High School, we take the pastoral care of our pupils seriously. We believe in offering everyone the support they need to realise their potential and cope with the stresses of life.
Children's Guide to Coronavirus
St Gregory's have recently been awarded the Silver School Mental Health Award from the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools acknowledging our commitment to the wellbeing of all our community.
The Augustine Centre is open from 8 a.m. each morning. Pupils are welcome to pop in before registration for a chat. It is a time in the day for pupils to sit, gather their thoughts and sort out any worries.
Drop in Sessions
Mrs McSorley holds drop in sessions at lunch time. Pop in for a chat or plan a one to one appointment.
Please contact Mrs McSorley if you have any questions or concerns.
Join one of our pupil groups
Mental Health Ambassadors
Youth Health Champions
Visit this self help website designed to promote positivity, well-being and resilience. It is full of useful advice, guidance and resources to support you.
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Open Monday to Friday 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Why not drop in and enjoy a drink or a snack!