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Coping at Christmas - suicide prevention and awareness

We're in the final week of term, and and for many it’s a wonderful time of year with our families.

For others however, it can mean isolation, loneliness, domestic violence/abuse, financial difficulties and more, all exacerbating underlying mental health problems.

Many will try to put on a brave face, but with suicide being the most prominent cause of death in men under 50, and one of the main causes of avoidable death in children and young people, it is more important than ever to be talking about the things we struggle with.

See below for a variety of contact numbers. Additionally, learners and/or parents / carers are always welcome to contact school if they wish to express any concerns they may have. We have appropriately trained staff who will be happy to talk.

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