Here you'll find a variety of resources to help support you during your time at Co-op Academy Leeds.
Support in School
Feeling like you need some extra help?
You can talk to our School Councillor Mrs Elwell about anything, she is there to help. Her office is CF13, you can find her at break times to organise a meeting.
Your Form Tutor
You can speak to your Form Tutor during your weekly session about how you’re feeling. They are there to listen and will always try to help where they can. They may ask you to speak to your Year Team.
The Year Team are there to support you and make sure you’re doing and feeling your best. If you’re having any issues at school then you can go to them for help. They can get in contact with home if necessary and speak to parents and carers.
Remember, you can speak to your teachers about classwork, homework, upcoming exams or if you’re feeling stressed. They will always try to help the best they can.
Clubs and Extra-Curricular
There are lots of clubs and extra-curricular activities you can join in. We have sports and subject specific groups that happen at break time and after-school.
The Stephen Lawrence Committee campaign for fairness and equality around the Academy and meet weekly.
We have LGBTQ+ Ambassadors, you can see who they are from the posters around the Academy. They have been trained to talk about LGBTQ+ issues and are happy to chat.
You can also speak to Mrs Elwell about the Ambassador programme.
We’re here to support you. If you need help or support please let us know.
Tell your teacher. They’ll get you the support you need.
If you or someone else is in immediate danger, please call 999
If you’d like to talk to someone confidentially, Childline can help.
You can call 0800 1111(the number won’t show on your telephone bill)
Or visit their website Childline.org.uk
Mental health and wellbeing is very important. Sometimes we need a safe place to talk with someone who can help.
Someone safe to talk to
Papyrus – suicide prevention
Inner East Cluster
0800 953 0505
Leeds CAMHS Crisis Call is open 8am – 8pm, 7 days a week, 365 days a year in Leeds.
Somewhere safe to go
Leeds Youth Service
The Marketplace Leeds
Something safe to do
Leeds Museum and Galleries
Breeze in the Park
Our lives are now more connected than ever. The internet is an amazing resource, but it can be misused.
CEOP is a law enforcement agency and is here to keep children and young people safe. If someone online has acted inappropriately towards you or someone you know, please use the CEOP button above to report it.
Technology is changing all the time and it's important to stay safe online.
We teach about online safety in lessons and advise students, parents and carers to:
- Check security settings are private
- Only communicate with people they know in ‘real life’
- Agree how much time to spend online and when
- Talk about websites and apps being used
Students, speak to a teacher in school if you're worried about something or contact our safeguarding team.
UK Safer Internet Safety - Tips, Advice, Resources