Student Wellbeing

We hope our students feel healthy and safe, and enjoy all aspects of school life. We have been recognised for our high quality care and support.


“Blackburn Central High School provides high quality care and support for all students, particularly those whose circumstances make them more vulnerable. This, alongside the carefully planned courses of study, helps students to be well prepared to move on to further education, training or employment.” - Ofsted

Students start each school day in their Progress Groups, where their Progress Tutor ensures high standards of appearance, attendance, punctuality and behaviour.

Each year group is supported by a Pastoral Manager who maintains close ties between school and home, and are the first point of contact for parents and carers.

An Achievement Lead is linked to each year group and monitors the academic progress of each student to ensure that they all fulfil their potential.


Digital Healthy Schools

The Public Health Team at the Council has engaged ORCHA to deliver a Digital Healthy Schools platform for each of the secondary schools and colleges within the local authority area to provide young people with a safe place to find effective digital health solutions to support their own health and well-being.

Digital Healthy Schools


Teen Mental Health – A Guide for Parents

by MyTutor

Your child’s teenage years are an exciting time, but they can be tricky too. With hormones going wild and bigger pressures at school, challenging mood swings are par for the course. With mental ill-health on the rise though, you’ll want to keep watch on whether their moods are normal, or if they need a bit of help.

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Your online mental wellbeing community



Every Mind Matters

Safeguarding Team

BCHS Safeguarding
safeguarding@bchs.co.uk

Designated Safeguarding Lead & Headteacher

Mrs S Hussain
SHussain365@bchs.co.uk
T: 07715269475

In a Safeguarding emergency please phone the Blackburn with Darwen CADS Team on 01254 666991 or the Police on 111.


If you ever come across something you think you shouldn’t have seen make sure you tell someone about it.

Please use this link to report any concerns that affect you or someone you know. More information at kooth.com

Report to the police any safeguarding concerns that affect you or someone you know.


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Wellbeing Related Policies