Safeguarding and Child Protection
Child Protection Policy
A copy of our Child Protection Policy is available on our Policies Page.
What happens if the school has a Child Protection concern about my child?
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Mental Health and Well-Being
As we start to recover from the effects of the pandemic, it is more important than ever that we all take extra care to look after our children’s mental health and wellbeing.
With local mental health support services having lengthy waiting lists, the school has increased its counselling provision to the equivalent of 6 days per week Please click here for more information on the school counselling service. In addition to this, we have also formed a partnership with the Ealing Mental Health Support Team who have allocated us an Educational Wellbeing Practitioner, to provide one to one support to our students once a week.
Support for Families
Speak CAMHS Helpline – Is a free local service that provides immediate talking support, basic counselling and advice for children, young people and families who are in significant distress. Please click here for more information.
Parent & Pupil guide to Emotional Support & Wellbeing – An interactive booklet, with online links to evidence-based resources for parents and carers to support their children develop positive wellbeing. Please click here for more information.
Whilst counselling and one to one support is important for those individuals in need, one of the important messages we have been trying to convey to all of our students is that they can take affirmative steps to help improve their own mental health. Please click here for more information.
‘Wellbeing Wednesday’ is another initiative that was developed during lockdown and has continued as a weekly tutor activity and is designed to give students a better understanding of mental health and different approaches they can take to manage feelings such as anxiety or low mood. Please click here for more information on Mental Health & Wellbeing apps for children.
Please read the documents at the bottom of this page for further information
Useful information to help keep children safe online is available here.
Why good attendance is important
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Positive parenting groups - Ealing SAFE parenting services
The SAFE parenting service provides support for parents and carers, who have children aged 0 to19 years old with a range of behavioural and emotional difficulties. If you are interested in one of these courses please contact your child's Head of Year or the school's SENCO.