Knightsfield School wants all students to feel safe at home, at school and online. We take our responsibilities towards you very seriously. Staff are always available at school if there is anything you are worried about and would like to talk about. It doesn’t matter who you talk to  – we will always take your concerns seriously.

There are other organisations who can help you too if you need to talk to someone when you at not at school. Just click on one of the links below to get help.


Use this link if you are worried about online abuse or the way that someone is communicating with you online.

Use this link for information and advice about issues that are worrying you. You can also call them free on 0800 1111 if you need to talk to someone.

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Use this link to access resources regarding Mental Health and Wellbeing, including some free Wellbeing Challenges. Please note that you will need to set up an account.

Creative Resources

Here are a few useful resources from their website:

Looking after Your Body and Mind at home(opens in new tab)

Managing Your Anxiety(opens in new tab)

Top tips for improving Sleep during the Pandemic(opens in new tab)



Use this link to access webinars. The services listed on Just Talk’s webpage are all free and don’t need a professional referral, so they can be contacted directly by young people and/or their parents/carers.

Just Talk


Health For Teens

Health for Teens




Introducing The Sandbox: New online mental health digital advice and guidance for 10-25s Further to Kooth’s service for children and young people in Hertfordshire coming to an end on 31 March, The Sandbox is an NHS funded service to support children and young people in Hertfordshire with their mental health and wellbeing.

This new free service launches on 1st April 2023 and offers a website, with access to games, worksheets, group chats and online events for children, young people, their parents/carers, teachers and other professionals. The Sandbox provides access to internet enabled Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (iCBT), or one to one support from professional therapists by text, phone, online chat or video call, based on a triage of the young person’s needs:

● Website: 24/7

● Therapy sessions: 7am-10pm Mondays-Fridays and 10am-10pm Saturdays and Sundays

● Live Chat: 10am-8pm Mondays-Fridays

Signing up is easy and doesn’t require a referral from a professional: Visit The Sandbox website here:

Please see attached poster regarding funded mental health workshops, advice and support for  parents and carers in Hertfordshire.

Mental Health Workshop Poster