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Health and Wellbeing

During their school life pupils will be given the skills to help them sustain lifelong learning and a successful future. We develop individuals who are confident, competent and compassionate, responsive to their environment and to the concerns and needs of others.

We pride ourselves on our all through education from Nursery right through to Sixth Form, with pupils receiving high quality pastoral care and the highest standards in education during their time here.

At BHSA we want to work in partnership with our students and their families to ensure each and every girl flourishes during and beyond her time with us, capitalising on our glorious new and refurbished site and the skill and dedication of every member of staff.

Parents - please ensure that you have updated BHSA regarding your daughter / ward's health, you can do this via the SIMS app.

If you would like to discuss your child's health needs, please contact the school office on 0151 652 5777


Please note, we do not have a School Nurse attached to BHSA, please call 0151 514 0219 or visit the School Nursing (Wirral) website for more information.

There is a school nurse drop in at St Caths:

For all matters relating to your daughter / ward's Immunisations, please call 0151 514 2510  or visit the Immunisations (Wirral) website


Mental Health support:

Children and young people's mental health services (CYPMHS former CAMHs) on Wirral


Need urgent help?

If your mental or emotional state quickly gets worse and you feel like you can't cope with how you're feeling, this can be called a ‘mental health crisis’. In this situation, it is important to get help quickly. Below you can find out what support is available to help you in a mental health crisis.

>You should still call 999 or go to A&E if you have an immediate, life-threatening emergency requiring mental or physical health assistance.

CYPMHS Mental health crisis line

Please call 0800 145 6485 and our dedicated local staff will support you to access the help you need.  The phone line is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is open to people of all ages, including children and young people. Parents and carers can also call the crisis line if they are worried about a young person who is experiencing a mental health crisis.


Mental Health drop-in service (add poster with QR code):

The Drop In is open Monday to Friday 2 - 6pm for children and young people aged 11 - 18 and up to 25 for people with SEND to access one to one support on any issues that may be affecting them. From family problems and bullying to worrying and anxiety our team offer comprehensive support aimed at helping young people move forward.

Accessing The Drop In is easy. No appointment is needed so just Drop In!

We are open Monday to Friday 2pm - 6pm in Pilgrim Street Youth Arts Centre in Birkenhead.

Our Address is Pilgrim Street Arts Centre, 1 Pilgrim Street, Birkenhead, CH415EH

You can also call us on 0808 196 4147

or email:


Other services:

Hatch Wirral:

Tomorrow’s Women: