Multi Award winning Mainstream Dyslexia Specialist School for years 3 to 11


At Moon Hall we understand how important wellbeing and mental health is for everyone in our school community. We promote an open culture in which our pupils are encouraged to confidently talk about issues they may be experiencing. We empower our students to take an active role in supporting their own and their peers wellbeing through our anti-bullying ambassadors and our mental health champions.  

Our in-house therapy team provide expert support alongside our trained Mental Health first aiders. We deliver assemblies that focus on Mental Health and Wellbeing as well as scheduling visits from experts in the field who provide workshops on how to promote positive mental health.   

We recognise the importance of removing any stigma attached to this subject and encourage our students to talk openly about their challenges.  


Crisis support  

If you think someone’s life is at risk call 999 or attend A&E 

For young people in Surrey – I need help now 


Surrey Crisis support line – this is open to anyone within Surrey  

Call 0800 915 4644  

SMS for Deaf and Hard of hearing 07717 989 024 


West Sussex crisis support  

Dial 111 and select the mental health option  

To access the West Sussex Text Crisis support Text Sussex to 85258 



Students at Moon Hall can access free, safe and effective mental health support online through Kooth

Kooth is an online counselling, advice and support service providing NHS services to all 11-18 year olds in Surrey.

Young people logging into Kooth can get support from fully qualified counsellors until 10pm, 365 days a year.

Kooth can support you with whatever you’re struggling with, big or small:

  • Sadness and low mood
  • Anxiety
  • Loneliness and isolation
  • Stress
  • Problems at home.
  • Problems with friends.
  • Problems at school.
  • Eating difficulties or body image concerns.

Here are some things to remember about Kooth:

  • it is free
  • you can be completely anonymous
  • no bullying or discrimination takes play
  • no referral is needed
  • signing up and getting started only takes a few minutes

You’ll be able to access support from

  • Online chats with members of Kooth’s team.
  • A supportive online community of young people
  • lots of helpful activities, goal setting tools and journaling
  • lots of helpful advice and information from Kooth’s team.

For more information and to sign up please visit kooth.com

How to sign up to Kooth



Links to support services - locally and online

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