South Tees Mental Health Support Team

Voluntary and community sector providers have formed a partnership to create the South Tees Mental Health Support Team. The partnership members include The Link, Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind, The Junction, A Time 4 you, ABC, Changing Futures North East, and Redcar and Cleveland Mind.

Mental Health Support Teams will be recruited from September 2021 across South Tees to work in schools to deliver three core functions:

1. Support senior mental health leads in educational settings to develop and introduce their whole school or whole college approach to mental health and emotional wellbeing

2. Deliver evidence based interventions for mild to moderate mental health and emotional wellbeing needs

3. Provide timely advice to staff and liaise with external specialist services so that children and young people can get the right support and remain in education 

Schools identified to be involved in this initial stage of the Mental Health Support Team are detailed below, if your child does not attend one of these schools and requires support please contact us to see what support we can provide.


MIDDLESBROUGH

PRIMARY SCHOOLS
St Alphonsus 
Sacred Heart 
Corpus Christi 
St Thomas More 
St Pius 
St Josephs 
St Gerards 
Beech Grove
Easterside
Caldicotes
North Ormesby
Pallister
Park End
Thorntree
Berwick Hills
Pennyman
Brambles
SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Trinity Catholic Collate (inc 6th Form)
Unity City Academy
Outwood Ormesby

REDCAR AND CLEVELAND

PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Nunthorpe Primary Academy
St Mary’s Catholic Primary School
Errington Primary School
Grangetown Primary School
Lakes Primary School
Zetland Primary School
St Benedict’s Catholic Primary School
Skelton Primary School
South Bank Community Primary School
Teesville Academy
Green Gates Primary School
Whitecliffe Academy
Chaloner Primary School
SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Freebrough Academy
Rye Hills Academy
Outwood Academy Normanby
Sacred Heart Catholic Secondary
Laurence Jackson
OTHER SCHOOLS
Archway PRU