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Health & Wellbeing Day

St Anthony's held a taster day on Thursday 10th May where Medical Professionals were invited into school to provide information to parents and carers on various Health & Wellbeing topics.  The day was a huge success with lots of positive feedback from visitors to the school. 

Following the taster day, we will be holding more Health & Wellbeing Days for members of the local community, future dates of these valuable events will be uploaded onto the school calendar in due course.                                                 Gallery>>>


Mental and emotional wellbeing

As we approach the anniversary of the Manchester attack on 22nd May, our thoughts are with all those directly affected. However, the effects of that day’s events have been far-reaching especially in terms of the impact upon people’s mental and emotional wellbeing.

It is important to acknowledge that anniversaries of traumatic events can be emotional, especially as media coverage and interest intensifies. The Manchester Resilience Hub, which was set up last year in the days following the attack coordinates the care and support of children, young people and adults whose mental health and/or emotional wellbeing has been affected. It is based in Greater Manchester but is for everyone who was affected, wherever they might live

The Hub is for:

  • Everyone who has been directly affected by the incident
  • Family members who have been affected
  • Professionals who have been affected
  • Professional seeking clinical advice about their service users

You can contact The Hub by phone or email:

  • Phone: 03330 095 071
  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Further information & support: 

NHS Trauma leaflet    
Managing the anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack     
Manchester Resilience Hub