During this time, it is crucial that you look after yours and your family's well-being. If at anytime, you feel that you are struggling to cope, need support or even feel that you need some reassurance that you are doing the right thing, please contact us. You may also feel lonely and would appreciate an adult voice to speak to, we can be that listening ear too. Please remember, we are not expecting you to be a teacher, so supporting your child to feel happy and safe must be priority.
it may be that you, or a member of your family, require additional support or guidance. Below you will find a range of resources and links to additional support.
If you have any concerns, worries or queries (however small), please do not hesitate to get in contact with the school. We are here to help.
Useful Contact Details
Rebecca Birch - Head Teacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead - 01604 830610 - email@example.com
Sarah Buettner - Deputy Head Teacher and Deputy Safeguarding Lead - 01604 830610 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicola Laughton - Home/School Link Worker and Deputy Safeguarding Lead - 01604 830610 - email@example.com
If you feel that you or a member of your family are in immediate danger, please contact the police on 999.
If you have a safeguarding concern related to yourself, your child or another pupil, please contact the school and ask to speak to one of the above members of staff. If it is out of school hours, please contact MASH on 0300 126 1000 or contact the police on 111 or 999.
Mental Health Support
For many children and adults, this pandemic will bring about anxiety, depression and loneliness. Please find below some links to resources and documents that may help.
Please talk to someone about your feelings or your concerns for the way your child is managing this situation. Contact the school and we can help.
|20.04 YP Coronavirus.pdf||Download|
|COVID - 19 Supporting children and young people manage their worries and anxieties.pdf||Download|
|COVID19 EPS Bereavement booklet for Young People 2020 24.04.20.pdf||Download|
|EPS Guidance Bereavement for Parents and Carers 24.04.20.pdf||Download|
|Parent hand out - 2020.pdf||Download|
|Resilience hand out.pdf||Download|
Online Safety and Well-being
During this time, many children will be spending more time using a range of online technologies, this may be to carry out home learning, to keep in contact with friends or families or as part of their recreational time.
You may be concerned about the impact of this on your child's well-being or maybe unsure if they are spending too much time on screen. Please use the resources below which have been provided by Simon Aston, the Northants Online Safety and Well-being Officer. Follow him on Twitter for more support and advice.
|Norbert - Online Safety.pdf||Download|
|Online Safety Agreements - 2020.pdf||Download|
|Online Safety and wellbeing - Advice for young people Corona Virus.pdf||Download|
|Parent-Guardian Online Radicalisation Information and Support (002) (002).pdf||Download|
|Parents - Online safety gaming and social media.pdf||Download|