Out of Hours Support

Should you require any advice or support with safeguarding, or if you are concerned about the safety and welfare of a child, please refer to the following contacts:

"Please find attached advice and links of keeping your child safe on line. If you have any concerns please contact a designated safeguarding lead on either the following email address [email protected] or call on one of the numbers that can be found on the school website's Contact Us Page"

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
Parental controls/settings/IT help: 0800 800 5002

Internet matters
Parent info
Educate against hate
Let's talk about it
Net aware
A guide to social networks, Apps and games
Children’s Social Care – Leicester City Council
If you have significant concerns about a child’s safety
0116 454 1004
Leicestershire Police
If you have significant concerns about a child’s safety
0116 222 2222
If you concerned that a child is in immediate danger you should call 999

Early Help
If you require advice and support for yourself and/or for your children
0116 454 1004

Sure Start Centre – Advice Point Family Support
Advice available on a number of issues including housing, benefits and social care
0116 294 6200
Support for under 19s. Trained counsellors are available
0800 1111
The Samaritans
Confidential emotional support
A provider of online mental health services for children, young people and adults
Confidential drugs information and advice
0300 123 6600
Parents guide to support - exam time
Tips on how to support your child with their mental health & wellbeing and where to get help

Online Radicalisation - Information and Support for Parents and Carers

We recognise that this is a difficult time for parents and guardians and that the Coronavirus is having a significant impact on young people and families across the world.The closure of schools means that opportunities for children to talk to and play with friends will be limited to online interaction. This will almost certainly lead to children spending more time online. Parents working from home may not be able to monitor their children’s use of devices as they usually would. Parents and carers should read this information guide to help recognise indications of radicalisation.

Child Support and Wellbeing

There are many resources to help parents and carers recognise when their child needs support and how to help them through any tough periods they maybe going through whether it is exam stress, bullying or a general sense of a lack of physical or mental wellbeing. Our website has a comprehensive list of internal and external support services that is located in the Support & Wellbeing section of our Current Students section