Student Welfare

At CHS we constantly strive to ensure our students are kept safe and secure and have been commended by Ofsted for our efforts

Student welfare documents relevant to Parents and Carers can be downloaded on the right and more specific information with regard to E-Safety can be found within our 'Supporting your Child's Learning' section of the website

A list of Emergency Helplines and other useful contact details can be found in the downloads on the right of the page. 

Details of the Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) out of hours advice line can also be found in the downloads on the right. This is a free advice line, operated by trained professionals and open to everyone - children, young people, families and concerned professionals - outside of the usual business hours.

Kooth is a safe, confidential and anonymous mental health and emotional well being platform,  providing online mental health and wellbeing support to young people via any internet accessible device. Kooth provides an opportunity to interact in a supportive way with other young people as well as receive support from a qualified counsellor. To find out more, visit or see the download on the right of the page.

The Young Minds website is also a great source of inromation and advice for students.

SWaNS CIC offers a range of counselling services and have produced a number of useful information sheets:

Information on the help and support available in Cheshire East for anyone affected by domestic abuse can be found in the downloads on the right of the page. 

Please also refer to our 'Student Support and Guidance Section' for more details and individual student support contacts. 

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  • ‘Safeguarding is effective.’ Ofsted 2018
  • ‘Leaders have ensured that safeguarding is everyone’s priority.’ Ofsted 2018
  • ‘[Leaders] have created a community that is alert to the risks faced by children.’ Ofsted 2018
  • ‘[Pupils] feel safe and happy at school.’ Ofsted 2018