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 Lead Teacher - Mr T Ankin
SLT Link - Mr T Moseley

Chantry Academy enrichment days were held on:
7 October 2022
3 March 2023
16 June 2023

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Websites you may find helpful:


Suffolk Young Carers: An organisation that supports our students who may be sole or joint carers in their families.


Suffolk Family Carers

Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading national charity for bereaved people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.


4YP Provides and co-ordinates services that improve the social, emotional, and physical health and wellbeing of 12-25 year olds in Suffolk.


Turning Point: Provides counselling, advice, information and support services for those with problems relating to drug misuse or alcohol abuse.

Turning Point

Stonewall: Works for equality and justice for lesbians, gay men and bisexuals.


Iceni: Works to support families in Ipswich and Suffolk to give children the opportunity to have a safe, healthy and happy start in life. They strongly believe that tackling the causes of addiction, poverty and other inequalities lies in effective targeted early intervention and addressing the unmet and inter-generational problems that are entrenched in deprived neighbourhoods in Suffolk.


Suffolk Mind:  Works to play an integral part in building mental wellbeing resilience for everyone in Suffolk.

Suffolk Mind

Frank:  Provides information on a range of different types of drugs and how to prevent addiction.


Samaritans:  A charitable organisation to help those who suffer with depression, self-harm and who are contemplating ending their lives.


Shaw Trust: Is a not-for-profit organisation helping disabled people or those at disadvantage to find and sustain employment or enjoy more independent living.

Shaw Trust

NSPCC: Works to prevent and stop the cruel treatment and abuse of children.


Terrence Higgins Trust: The largest voluntary sector provider of HIV and sexual health services in the UK, running services out of local centres across Great Britain.

Terrence Higgins Trust

Outreach Suffolk:  A confidential service offered to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in Suffolk.



Hideout:   Women’s Aid have created this space to help young people understand domestic abuse, and how to take positive action if it’s happening to them.


Suffolk Wellbeing:  Provides a range of psychological interventions to help and support people with common mental health problems and negative emotions such as low mood, anxiety, depression or stress.

Suffolk Wellbeing

ICash:  Sexual Health and Contraception Services.