Over the next few weeks during this time of change, school closure and different routines, some of us may need extra support with our emotional wellbeing.
If you are feeling like this, listed below are organisations and contact information should you need to communicate with someone:
If any student or member of staff would like to speak to one of our school counsellors please contact them on the emails below.
Stewart Cooper (Until April 23rd) firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma Knight email@example.com
Strong Young Minds -01432 269245 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
School Nursing Team:
We are worried about our children and young people currently accessing support and the vulnerable children and young people who may need our support. Anxiety levels are likely to be very high right now. Reassurance can be given that we will still be accessible. From Monday 23rd March 2020 children and young people can text us on
Instructions for text contact to the school nursing service:-
Hereford Foodbank-01432 352674
YOUNG MINDS– www.youngminds.org.uk
HEALTH for TEENS www.healthforteens.co.uk
CHILDLINE 0800111 www.childline.org.uk
If you have, any safeguarding concerns about a student or their family please phone:
MULTI AGENCYSAFEGUARDING HUB- 01432 260800 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
POLICE: Non-emergency 101 or if an emergency 999
If staff have a concern about a student please report on MyConcern
As a parent you’ll probably know how important the internet is to children and young people. They use it to learn, play, socialise and express themselves in all types of creative ways. This may be through sharing photos and videos, blogging, gaming, or even developing their own apps. It is a place of amazing opportunities.
By following this simple checklist, you can start to protect them and decrease the risks they face: