Advice and Well-being

Keeping Children Safe in Education

1. Well-being

Pastoral Leadership Team

As well as all of the general support below, we are, of course here to help. Should students have any concerns when they are in school, they should speak to their form tutor, or Pastoral Managers, or any adult with whom they feel comfortable in school to talk. All staff have regular child protection training.

Senior Leadership


 Progress Leaders:

Pastoral Managers:

2. I’m worried – where can I find more advice and guidance?
BBC Advice
Advice all sorts of things, from growing up, to exam stress to relationships and more! Click here for advice.
Think-U-Know from CEOP
Are you really safe online? Guidance for children & carers. Click here to find out more.
Need to talk? Call 0800 1111 or click here:
Respect Yourself
Relationship and sex education support for secondary age students. Click here.
Promoting British Values

What are the fundamental British values we promote? Click Here to find out.


Extreme views have no place in British society. Find out more here

More Useful Links
3. Health

Registered Nurses with additional qualifications/experience:

Contact Number
01789 405120

What do we do?
We work both in and out of School to provide CONFIDENTIAL support around:

  • Keeping Healthy; Emotional Health; Weight Management; Sexual Health; Drugs and Alcohol; Smoking Cessation; Immunisations; More support for those who need it most; Supporting long term conditions; Drop In clinics- at your school this is on a Tuesday at lunchtime; One-to-One appointments in school; Advice/support for parents/school if requested; Staff training.


Other useful Health links, including support with mental health and stress