Support for Parents
If you are in immediate danger, call the police using 999.
National Domestic Abuse Helpline (24 hours) 0800 2000 247
From 6pm on 24th April, Victim Support’s online services will include Live Chat, a 24/7 online support service. It will be available to all victims of crime in England and Wales.
Support needs for victims of crime such as those impacted by Hate Crime, Scams & Fraud and Domestic Abuse, are growing. We are pleased that this vital service will now be available to everyone in England and Wales.
The service is provided by people specially trained to help those affected by any crime and it makes no difference if the crime has been reported to the Police.
Child Protection & Safeguarding
If your are concerned about the well being of a child (yours or somebody else’s), you can call the school to speak to a member of the Senior Leadership Team (Mon - Fri 9am - 3pm). Alternatively you can contact the following services:
Losing someone you love is hard. It can be even harder at the moment as we are all in isolation. If you have experienced a bereavement there is support available. You can contact the school office between 8.30am - 3.30pm to speak to a member of SLT in confidence or look at the following links for support.
Learning at Home - Top Tips
We understand that supporting your children to learn at home can be a challenge. Please keep and eye on your child's class page, there will be regular updates from their class teachers and new learning tasks set.
If you or your child are struggling, please contact your class teacher via the class email addresses or email firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of SLT will contact you.