Student Welfare and Support

Wyke students may face challenges in their daily lives or times when they may find it difficult to cope. 

 All of the staff at Wyke care deeply about our students and will always be there to offer help and support where they can. They are all well trained and know when and how to offer advice and when to refer concerns into other teams.  You will naturally develop strong professional relationships with some of the staff you come into contact with and it is important that they become a key part of your support network. College can be much easier to navigate if you have trusted adults that you can rely on if you need them. ​ 

 There are two types of support available for student to support their health and wellbeing:  

1) Universal Support 

Universal support is available to every single student in the College and includes: 

  • Specialist Staff 
  • Health Education Programme
  • Sport and Wellbeing Enrichments
  • Access to Healthy Food
  • Together All subscription 
  • Access to agencies 

2) Targeted Support  

Targeted support is directed at students with specific needs and includes​:

  • 1 to 1s with specialist staff
  • Referrals into external agencies
  • Counselling support
  • Close Monitoring
  • Bespoke support programmes
  • Support Groups
  • Action Planning

Internal and External Support

In the first instance, please discuss any issues you may have with your tutor, who will be able to discuss your worries and signpost you as needed. If you require urgent support, please contact 999. 

You can also access lots of other information to support your wellbeing at: