Looking after your Wellbeing

We provide a hub of wellbeing services to help you make the most of your time with us. There’s a variety of services on offer including:

LEAP Mentors

The Learning Engagement Achievement Progress (LEAP) Mentors (you meet yours during induction) provide a holistic wrap-around service which will support you to be successful in your future life and career. This includes mentoring you to maximise how well you learn (did you know there’s actually a wide variety of styles of learning – we can help you find out which works best for you) and progress in all aspects of development including:

  • personal skills
  • social skills
  • educational skills
  • employability skills
  • physical health
  • mental health
  • wellbeing

 

Safeguarding team

Our Safeguarding Team help college to provide a safe environment in which you can learn, work and enjoy your time with us.

If you need help to stay safe, or you are at risk of or already experiencing harm; the college Safeguarding Team will take appropriate action to ensure you stay safe in college, at home and/or in a work based setting. All college staff receive appropriate training to support students and identify students at risk of harm and you will also receive safeguarding information and advice on how to report concerns if you are worried about your friends at any point during your studies.

Every member of the college community has responsibility for safeguarding. That includes all staff, Governors, volunteers, students and employers, all doing their part to keep children, young people and vulnerable adults safe.

If you have any concerns about your safety or the safety of others, email us at ccsafe@chesterfield.ac.uk or text us on 07584384838. You can also call in to the hub to report your concerns.

Counselling service

Life at college can be rewarding, fun and exciting, but it can also be a time of stress and worry. There may already be a whole range of difficulties and dilemmas affecting you, making your life difficult to manage and scary to navigate. It may begin to feel overwhelming and too big to manage on your own.

Counselling offers you a safe, confidential, non- judgemental space, to focus and re-frame your thinking and how you behave, and gain a different perspective. This can lead to changes in how you feel about yourself, your place in the world and your relationships. Issues brought to Counselling include: Depression, Anxiety, Relationships, Self-harm, Suicidal thoughts, Low self esteem, Anger, Pregnancy choices, Loneliness,Bereavement and loss, Divorce and separation Reactive Trauma, PTSD post-traumatic stress disorder, Eating disorders, BDD body dysmorphic disorder, Sexuality, Gender identity, Flashbacks and nightmares along with many more.

 

Additional Learning Support

We pride ourselves on making learning accessible for all, therefore, we provide a range of flexible learning support for people with additional needs. The support we offer includes:

  • Literacy and numeracy support
  • Support for dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia and autism spectrum disorder
  • Vision impaired support including enlarged print and braille literature
  • Support for the deaf/hearing impaired
  • Assistive technology and specialist computer software

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