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At our College you will feel valued for who you are and learn and progress in a secure environment. We understand that transitioning to College life can be a challenge, and we are here to support you along the way. We want to make sure that you have the appropriate emotional and mental wellbeing support available to you. 

Our wellbeing team are here to help you fulfil your potential and maximise your physical and mental wellbeing with free confidential help and guidance for any concerns that you might have during your time with us. We can advise and signpost you to support available for a range of different concerns from mental health to financial worries.

The team offers support with any health or wellbeing problem including:

  • Housing
  • Money matters and debt
  • Relationships (personal and family)
  • Self-confidence
  • Bullying or stalking
  • Stress/anxiety/depression
  • Bereavement
  • Eating disorders or self-harming
  • Counselling
  • Sexual health (pregnancy and the C-card for free condoms)
  • Reducing or stopping smoking, drinking or taking drugs
  • If you are a victim of sexual abuse or domestic violence
  • Feeling lonely or isolated
  • Personal or sexual identity (inc LGBT)
  • Being a young carer of a parent or family member

Wellbeing drop-in for students

You can visit our drop-in service to talk about anything that is affecting your wellbeing. This takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11am - 1pm in the Wellbeing Zone. 

If you would prefer a telephone appointment, please email

The Wellbeing Zone

You can find the Wellbeing team in The Wellbeing Zone.

This is an area for students to access support and guidance. It provides a quiet space to get away from the stress and pressures of everyday life.

The Wellbeing Zone is located on the first floor in the Information Store.

What we do

We aim to promote positive wellbeing amongst our students.

There are a variety of ways in which you can access support: from speaking to a member of our Wellbeing Team for 1-2-1 confidential advice and support, to accessing self-help resources through the intranet, and a referral to our specialist wellbeing services like the Mental Health Advisor and counselling service.

We are here to help you thrive in your academic and personal life while at college.

You can contact us at