Wellbeing – Pupil & Family Support
Here are some links to non-school support agencies.
Please get in touch with your child’s Head of Year if you require any further advice and guidance.
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Sexual harassment and sexual violence
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVICE AND HELP
LOCAL SERVICES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
We know that the Internet and the many devices, apps and social networks young people are exposed to can be intimidating.
However, it is important that all parents, carers, teaching staff, and other adults working with our young people make an effort to understand the many forms of digital media that students are exposed to. With the right knowledge and understanding, plus an appropriate level of control and guidance, the Internet can be a positive learning tool for pupils of all ages.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any specific online safety concerns.
- Report Abuse Here
- Download A Guide For Parents of Children Who Have Got Into Trouble Online
- Vodafone Digital Parenting Guide
- BBC Own It
- NSPCC Online Safety
- UK Safer Internet Centre
- Think You Know
- Stay Safe - National Home Security Alliance
- Help and Advice for Families in A Digital World, as recommended by the DfE
GAMING CONSOLES ADVICE FOR PARENTS AND CARERS
Please visit each website for further guidance.
- Leeds SEND support
- Mencap: Represents people with learning disabilities, with specific advice and information for people who work with children and young people.
- Changing Faces: Provide online resources and training to schools on bullying because of physical difference.
- Advice provided by the Anti-Bullying Alliance for school staff and parents on issues related to SEND and bullying.
- Information, Advice and Support Service network: Every local area has an information, advice and support service, providing information, advice and support to disabled children and young people, and those with SEN, and their parents.