Our support services remain open throughout the pandemic, and we are always here to speak to. If you’re struggling with your mental health, or you need to speak to someone about a disability, this page outlines how you can access support.
For more information about our Wellbeing and Disability Services, head to our dedicated page.
Accessing wellbeing and disability support
If you’re struggling and need any wellbeing or disability support, the Student Engagement, Wellbeing and Success (SEWS) team remain open and here to talk to whilst you study from home.
You can contact the SEWS team via firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 7078 8840.
If you want to speak to Nadia, our Disability & Wellbeing Advisor, you can also email email@example.com or call her on 020 7078 8796.
Our Wellbeing Programme continues to take place and is now held over Teams.
Run by the SEWS team, the online sessions take a look at the issues many of us are facing as a result of the pandemic, such as motivation, mental health and getting a good night’s sleep.
Online resources that can help you homeschool your children, including educational TV shows and exercise videos.
If you’re facing eviction as a result of coronavirus or you need legal advice about your housing situation, head to this page for resources and organisations who can help you.
A comprehensive list of the external organisations and charities offering support and guidance on a range of issues, from alcoholism to domestic violence.
Tools and tips to help look after yourself during the pandemic.
A range of websites and online resources to teach you a new skill which can benefit your mental health.
Another way to look after you mental health: our staff share their tips for practising kindness and why we should all try to be kind.