If you think that a child or young person is in IMMEDIATE DANGER telephone 999
Safeguarding children is everybody’s responsibility.
Please see link to document – Keeping Children Safe in Education (Sept 19)
|Safeguarding Telephone numbers||0830hrs-1700hrs Mon-Thurs & 0830hrs-1630hrs Friday|
|First Response||0800 1313 126 (For children who reside in Newcastle and surrounding areas)|
0345 604 2886 (outside of the above hours)
|Newcastle & Surrounding areas local support team||01782 296290|
|Safeguarding Referral Team||01782 235100 (for children who reside in Stoke-on-Trent)|
01782 234234 (outside of the above hours)
|Stoke-on-Trent Local Support Team||01782 232200|
|Other useful Contacts||Phone numbers & Web links|
|NSPCC-24 hr helpline||0808 800 5000 or Text 88858 Web link|
|Young Mind||Web Link|
|Staffordshire and Stoke Wellbeing Service (formerly Healthy Minds) offering adults (18+) support for wellbeing and mental health||Web Link|
|Child Exploitation and Online Protection for advice and reporting online abuse||Web Link|
|Humankind – For fair chances – services covering drugs and alcohol as well as housing related support, health and wellbeing, criminal justice…||Web Link|
|Glow (used to be Arch) – support for health relationships and Domestic Violence||Web Link|
|New Era support for victims and perpetrators of domestic violence:||24-hour confidential helpline for victims: 0300 303 3778.|
24-hour live webchat via: https://www.new-era.uk
Confidential helpline for perpetrators is 01785 601690 (Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm).
Twitter: Support for victims: @NewEraHelp Support for perpetrators: @ChangeNewERA
|Staffordshire County Council Young Carers||Web Link|
At St John Fisher Catholic College, we are committed to safeguarding. As well as the designated safeguarding team below, we have Pastoral Leaders supporting every year group, along with teachers and support staff who work together to identify any learner’s need, at the earliest stage. It is a priority to intervene as early as possible to help our learners thrive and grow fully as the person they were created to be.
Where they is a safeguarding concern, our experienced safeguarding team, offer support. Mrs Vodrey is the first point of contact for learners, parents and staff who need to raise a safeguarding concern.
We can offer 1 to 1 support in school to support learners’ safety and wellbeing in school as well as signposting and referring to external agencies for professional help.
Support for young people, parents and families
We are Father Hudson’s Care Family Support Workers. We offer support for young people and their families with any worries and difficulties they may be experiencing. We will work with you to create positive changes and make life feel more manageable.
We are happy for parents to pop in or to book an appointment through the Office, or use the contact details below or alternatively if the young person would like to refer themselves then pop along to see Zena in the Welfare room (situated on the lower floor near to the computer room), or speak to Mrs Vodrey.
Zena: 07823526789, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zena is at school on a Tuesday to Friday
We will work around your needs, so if you are not able to get into school during the day, we can arrange to visit you in your home at a time that’s convenient to you and your family.
A member of staff would complete a referral so that you can gain support promptly.
There are lots of areas that support can be provided with. For example:
Whatever issue, concern or problem you may have it is never too small or too big.
If you are unsure as to whether we can help you or your family then please just ask as there may be something I can do, or just pick up a Family Support leaflet from the Office.
This is the parent information branch of CEOP: Child Exploitation and Online Protection command of the National Crime Agency. www.parentinfo.org. This site has even more information regarding current areas that are issues for young people and their families with articles ranging from relationships and family life to health and well-being and the digital age.
This website provides information for adults on young people’s mental and emotional health. www.minded.org.uk. It is recommended in the latest ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ (2016) statutory guidance from the government. It has a wealth of information on a variety of current areas of concern.
What To Do In A Crisis – click here to view the pdf
This guide was developed from talking to parents and carers of young people and
is aimed at helping parents, carers, other family members and friends cope when a
young person is self-harming. It includes information on the nature and causes of
self-harm, how to support a young person when facing this problem and what help is available.
Please click on the image to read the guide