Bolton Muslim Girls' School

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Mental Health and Wellbeing are crucial to learners being able to access the curriculum and make progress.


The school's mental health lead is Ms Megan Davies.

Heads of Year, Learning Coordinators and class teachers all support learners with this area.

Enabling learners to be resilient and having a positive mindset is embedded in all we do at 十博最佳体育平台. However, we recognise that there are times in many peoples lives when they may need an extra bit of support. This is available through our school councillor who works on Tuesday and Wednesday each week.

If your daughter develops a mental health and wellbeing problem, we know that this can be a very daunting and unpredictable time. Please find below some resources that may help to broaden your understanding of the issue, and how to support your daughter in overcoming it.


World Mental Health Day 2022-Youth led event

Come along and get involved Bolton Town Hall Lancaster Suite 5-8pm It's a chance to meet all our Bolton partners!  This is a free event, click below to see how to get involved. World Mental Health Day Bolton 10th October 2022



Useful Links - mental health first aid England - Mind - Youngminds - Teen Mental Health  - Childline  - Selfharm  - Beating eating disorders - Papyrus - prevention of young suicide - Muslim Youth Helpline

Teen Mental Health - A Guide for Parents | (