Are you worried about a teenager?

At Kingsbury High School we understand the importance of mental well-being and in order to create all around happy young adolescents we mustn’t forget that it isn’t only academic success that leads to success and happiness, but it is the whole individual that needs to be understood and supported. Countless aspects in our day to day life may affect young minds, especially the recent news, pupils may be feeling scared and anxious about the world and having a safe, confidential space to talk, can feel very reassuring.

KHS is fortunate to have an accessible Counselling Service for all our students to talk to an independent, supportive professional about any difficulties in their lives.

Our Lead school counsellor Caron Zar is available from Monday to Thursday, we have a part time counsellor from an external service on Thursdays and Fridays and a Volunteer counsellor one day a week.

All Students can make a confidential appointment via their Year Leader and 6th Form students can email Caron directly cz@kingsburyhigh.org.uk

School Counselling can help with:

  • Feeling lonely, isolated or worried
  • Stress & anxiety about school, exams, work
  • Friendships, teachers or family relationships
  • Depression
  • Body image & self-esteem
  • Trauma
  • Self-harming
  • Separation & divorce
  • Bereavement & loss
  • Bullying
  • Anger
  • Feeling that there isn’t anyone to understand you
  • Feeling you don’t want to worry people close to you