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Form Time Wellbeing Check-ins

We use Microsoft Teams to host live wellbeing check-in sessions when classes/ year groups are self-isolating at home. 

Microsoft Teams can be downloaded as an App, or accessed using Hwb. 


Access using Hwb

Log in to Hwb as usual with your Hwb login. 

Open Microsoft 365 and choose the Teams App.                

Once this opens, you will see a Team with the name of your form. Join this Team. 

Form Tutor meetings will be held in this Team and will appear in your Teams calendar. 


Please use the correct Microsoft Teams link below to join the Form Team ready for Wellbeing sessions in form time.

Year 11 Form Teams

 11A1 Team    11A2 Team   11A3 Team   11A4 Team  11A5 Team
 11A6 Team   11B1 Team   11 B2 Team  11B3 Team 11B4 Team

Year 7 Form Teams

7KC Team 7KV Team  7JM Team 7RS Team
 7CE Team  7SC Team  7SM Team 7EL Team

Year 8 Form Teams

8PD Team 8AW Team 8NJ Team 8CE Team
8RJ Team 8LO Team  8BV Team 8AP Team

Year 9 Form Teams

9JS Team 9NP Team 9SN Team 9LJ Team
9BJ Team 9ASR Team 9ZL Team 9IT Team

Year 10 Form Teams

10A1 Team 10A2 Team 10 A3 Team  10A4 Team 10A5 Team
10B1 Team 10B2 Team  10B3 Team  10B4 Team 10B5 Team


Wellbeing Support

Someone on your side

Information, advice and advocacy helpline for children and young people



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Torfaen Young People’s Counselling Service

The Counselling Service can be found on Facebook:

Also on Instagram: ccyp_counselling.

If you would like to speak to a counsellor, send them a message.

A counsellor will contact you to arrange a time to call you.  Parents, and family members can get in touch if you prefer.

Parents can contact us for advice and guidance.

Another way of contacting is via the Confidential Telephone Message Service

01633 453035

Leave a message with your name and number and a counsellor will get in touch.

Direct Contacts:

Ceri Jones, Service Manager 0780 1550582      

Oliver Wilford, Primary Coordinator 07590 00558


Right to be Safe

Please use the resources on this page to learn more about your right to be safe and how to get help and support if you need it.


 Childline Coronavirus        



Help with bullying



Carers Trust 

Support for young carers

Carers Trust Free training:

Free Supporting Carers in Our Communities training now available on YouTube channel: Supporting Carers Webinar with Audio

The training is open to the public and free to watch at any time.

Welsh Womens Aid 

Welsh Womens' Aid have developed a series of posters on the topic of healthy relationships. They are targeted at teenagers, signposting them to age-appropriate support and providing information and advice in relation to the following:

1.         Key Ingredients of a Healthy Relationship - Safety, Trust and Respect

2.         Online Relationships - Consent and Keeping Safe

3.         Living with Domestic Abuse or in an unhealthy relationship

4.         Coping with past abuse in a period of self-isolation

5.         Checking Up or Checking In - care or control - information for teenagers who may be perpetrating abuse

All the posters are via link:


Drug and Alcohol Support




Turnpike Road, Croesyceiliog, Cwmbran, NP44 2YB

01633 645900