Mental Health and Wellbeing at Christ the King

Christ the King are committed to supporting and nurturing the mental health and wellbeing of our whole community – pupils, families and staff. If you are worried or have concerns about your child’s mental health, then please do not hesitate to contact the school office. The school
has a trained Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA) who can offer a listening service. The issues they can deal with range from friendships to bereavement, from confidence issues to caring for a family member.

Emotional Literacy Support Information
ELSA Leaflet
Wellbeing Leaflet

Zones of Regulation Information
Zones Of Regulation Parent Information

Useful Links
Children’s mental health – Every Mind Matters – NHS (
Signs That a Child Is Suffering From Mental Health Issues | NSPCC
Parents’ A-Z Mental Health Guide | Mental Health Advice | YoungMinds


It is Anti-Bullying week on the 13th November-17th November 2023, the theme this year is Make a Noise About Bullying.
To mark the start of this important week we are inviting all the children to wear odd socks next Monday 13th November, this gives everyone the opportunity to express themselves and celebrate what makes us all unique.