The teams to talk to
Need some advice?
We are here to help. You can speak to your safe worker, tutor, teachers or anyone from the Senior Leadership Team anytime you have any comments, concerns, feedback or ideas.
Counselling and mentoring
If you would like to speak to someone about counselling, mentoring and support please see Mrs Puddle or Mrs Bockling
Child Protection Officers
If you have any concerns or difficulties outside school that you would like to discuss, please see one of our Child Protection officers
If you need to see the school nurse or would like health guidance, please see your SaFE Worker
Help and Advice
As a young person, there will be times when you'll have questions or issues relating to aspects of your life and growing up in general. Free and confidential help is always out there. It's just a question of asking! Here are some places you can go to online or in person to get the support you want.
Childline is available to anyone under 18 years old. You can talk to Childline about anything: Bullying, running away, school friends, gangs, cyber bullying, puberty, peer pressure, crime, abuse, how you look, pregnancy, drugs, families, online safety and much much more.
Telephone: 0800 1111
CORAM Children’s Legal Centre
Coram Children's Legal Centre is the UK's leading children's legal charity. We are committed to promoting children's rights in the UK and worldwide. We provide free legal information, advice and representation to children, young people, their families, carers and professionals, as well as training and consultancy on child law and children’s rights.
Telephone: 08088 020 008
Young Minds is a website that has lots of information for young people about mental health and emotional well-being. They don’t have a helpline, but they do have a list of other agencies that can support you.
Body and Soul
Body and Soul is a charity promoting the respect, dignity and wellbeing of children, teenagers, adults and families living with and affected by HIV. This service is available to children and young people of all ages.
Telephone: 020 7923 6880
Information for young people on types of crime, how it can affect you, the help they can give you and information on how a court case works. You don't have to report a crime to get their help and you can call them anytime after your experience, even if it happened years ago.
Telephone: 0845 30 30 900
Information about eating disorders, how to get help and how to help someone you know with an eating disorder. If you are 25 or under, call the Beat Youthline.The Youthline is open Monday to Thursday 1.30pm – 4.30pm. Youthline also offers a call back service. They aim to get back to you within 24 hours.
Contact Crimestoppers anonymously with information about crime. You don’t have to be scared about coming forward because they don’t record any personal details about you. They make sure your identify can not be found out.
*Remember!!! Crimestoppers is not an emergency service and if you see a crime taking place you should ring 999 to report it immediately.
Telephone: 0800 555 111
Confidential sexual health service for young people aged 19 and under. Check-ups, advice and counselling, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing, contraception, free condoms, information and advice for young people who have been sexually assaulted.
Telephone: 020 8846 1579
Address: West London Centre for Sexual Health, Charing Cross Hospital, W6 8RF
Pace is available to young people under 19 years. Pace offers free and confidential youth counselling and youth advocacy. Other projects available are Project Indigo: a safe space and the Youth Ambassadors.
Get Connected is a free confidential helpline service for young people under 25 who need help but don’t know where to turn.
Telephone: 0808 808 4994
Send your text to: 80849