Coronavirus - Covid-19: Closure update. Increased risk of exposure to Domestic Violence is a concern that we must take seriously. Please click the link below to access information about how you can reach support. Remember, dial 999, and if you can't speak, add 55, to automatically request help.
Wakefield Safeguarding Board Website (resources, contacts etc): https://www.wakefieldscp.org.uk/
- Mr Walker [email protected]
- Mrs Williams [email protected]
- Mrs St Ange [email protected]
- Mrs Johnson [email protected]
As part of our response to the Coronavirus crisis and subsequent closedown, we have additional Safeguarding staff trained. These are
Our Promise to all our children:
Children: If something is worrying you it is important to talk to someone you trust.
In the Wakefield District if you’re worried about your safety or the safety of a friend or family member, you can call Social Care Direct on 0345 8 503 503 where specially trained staff will listen to you and provide support, or you can talk to an adult you trust, for example:
• A Youth Worker
• A Doctor
• A Social Worker
• A Teacher
• A School Nurse
• A Police Officer
You can also get advice from:
• www.childline.org - national website and confidential helpline - 0800 1111
• www.talktofrank.com - national drugs advice website and helpline - 0800 123 6600
• www.missingpeople.org.uk - for children and young people who run away and their families. Telephone or text 116 000
• www.thinkuknow.co.uk - national internet safety website for children, young people and parents0
• www.thinkuknow.co.uk - national internet safety website for children, young people and parents
• www.samaritans.org.uk - confidential 24 hour helpline 116 123
Parents...are you worried about.....
Understanding and Soothing your baby
Getting Early Help
Children with Special Education Needs
Child Protection Conferences
Fostering, Adoption, Pricate Fostering
Substances and Legal Highs
There are lots more links on our Learning Mentor page as well.