If you are in an emergency situation then your first port of call should be the appropriate emergency services on 999 for urgent, or 101 for non-urgent queries.
You can call 111 if you are worried about your mental health and ask for their advice, they can get an out of hours doctor to call you at any time.
If you have a welfare issue that might impact your studies, such as: abuse, online safety, radicalisation, bereavement, addiction or homelessness, please contact the Safeguarding Team.
- To report a safeguarding concern, please click HERE OR EMAIL email@example.com.
- To report an urgent safeguarding concern, please call our safeguarding helpline: 0 74 64 54 26 36
If you are concerned about a fellow student or would like further information about safeguarding within BPP please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
During the student journey, you may find that you need to receive additional well-being support. If you are experiencing low mood, depression, anxiety, have an existing mental health condition or just want someone to talk things through, you can contact the Learning Support Team for further support: LearningSupport@bpp.com.
Hub of Hope
The Hub of Hope is the UK’s leading mental health support database. It is provided by national mental health charity, Chasing the Stigma, and brings local, national, peer, community, charity, private and NHS mental health support and services together in one place for the first time. https://hubofhope.co.uk/
If you need some other support please see links below:
Out of Hours Support: Togetherall
Did you hear? BPP has gone into partnership with a free & anonymous online mental health community for BPP students. During the working hours of 9am-5.30pm, Monday to Friday the Safeguarding Team and the Learning Support Team are here to support you with whatever you may need. However, outside of these working hours, BPP now has a fantastic online serivice to continue to support you even when we are not around. Togetherall provides BPP students with free tools and support so you can take control of your mental health and well-being, while staying connected to others with similar experiences. Join Togetherall’s anonymous community of peers for support and voice your feelings. Moderated by professionals to keep you safe, Togetherall is here for you.
Register here with Togetherall or learn more about the platform under the Out Of Hours Support tab. Share lived experiences with others like you.