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Joseph Leckie Academy

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Mental Health & Wellbeing

At Joseph Leckie Academy the wellbeing and positive mental health of our students and all of our stakeholders is a core aim. We aim to promote a caring, supportive environment in which each individual is valued and respected and to consider the wellbeing and mental health needs of our staff, students, parents and carers in both our educational provision and outreach support. We recognise that mental health and wellbeing are as important as physical health and educational support and, to this end, we have high expectations for all and aspire to achieve excellence.  

To demonstrate our commitment towards improving the wellbeing of the Academy's community, we are in the process of working towards the 'Wellbeing Award for Schools'. This framework ensures that wellbeing is the heart of Academy culture, creating positive changes across the whole academy. We are looking forward to achieving the award in 2023. Once completed the Academy will retain the status of a Wellbeing School for three years. For more information about the award, please click here.


Student Wellbing SharePoint Page

Don't forget, there is a lot more information available for our students on our Student Wellbeing page, click on the link below for quick access.

Student Wellbeing Sharepoint Page

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Information for Parents and Carers.

At Joseph Leckie, we understand the role that parents and carers play in their children's outcomes and the importance of providing support for their children's mental health and wellbeing. Click here to access advice and resources for parents and carers to access to help support their children. If you would like more support in managing the wellbeing and mental health of your children, do not hesitate to contact the Academy's Wellbeing Team. 

Wellbeing and Mental Health Student Coordinator

Mrs J Manning (

Wellbeing and Mental Health Senior Leadership Link

Mr J Greaves (