Kings and Queens

Before the end of term we saw our very very special event called Christmas Kings and Queens. Thi...

Headteacher Award for Excellence

I’m very privileged every year to present 12 students in Years 7-10 with the Headteacher Award.  T...

The N5 Project

We were very excited to have been awarded a grant of £29,500 from The Savoy Education Trust allowi...

Art Exhibition

On Thursday 14th June (4.00pm – 6.00pm), the Art Department will open its doors to show the work o...

  • Careers Fair

  • Kings and Queens

  • Headteacher Award for Excellence

  • The N5 Project

  • Art Exhibition


At Therfield School our staff team have a vast level of knowledge and experience in supporting students and parents but you may feel that you need additional support at times. Below you can find a series of outside agencies you may find useful. Although we are unable to vouch for these websites past experience suggests parents may find them of use.


NEWS- Wellbeing drop-in sessions at The Malthouse Youth Centre, Mill Lane, Dorking RH4 1DU- Tuesdays 3:45-5:15pm
Surrey Family Services has developed weekly Wellbeing ‘Drop In’ sessions for 5-17 year olds presenting with mild to moderate emotional and mental health needs.
The sessions will be staffed by a multi-professional team, including those from a mental health background and the core function will be to offer relational support to children and families, whilst enabling access to a broader local early help offer provided by a range of partners. This might include supporting access to local leisure, positive activity, learning, counselling and family support opportunities, as well as online services.
The Surrey Family Services wellbeing sessions will complement the established Haven sessions, that will continue to be available as normal (in Guildford, Spelthorne and Epsom & Ewell, and from July in Reigate & Banstead).


Year 7 NHS Presentation

(Must be opened in Google Chrome)







Careers advice

Crime Prevention

Debt Management

Domestic Violence


Eating Disorders

Internet safety/ CEOP

Leatherhead youth project 


Sexual Health

Substance misuse

Surrey CAMHS

Surrey Police

U16 Employment Laws

Young Carer

Youth information and counselling


Websites for information on adolescent self harm:



Elefriends (a safe and supportive online community where you can listen, be heard and share your experiences with others)

Harmless (user-led organisation for people who self harm, friends and families)


Other recommended sites: