Safeguarding and Wellbeing for Families

The Appleton School Safeguarding team are here to support you.

You can contact the safeguarding team using the following details:

Email - safeguarding@theappletonschool.org
Phone - 07507 673942 (Mon-Fri term times – 8am-5pm only)

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Mr S Stockdale

Designated Safeguarding
Lead

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Ms S Stalker

Deputy Designated
Safeguarding
Lead

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Miss K Green

Deputy Designated
Safeguarding
Lead

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Mrs C Whitehead

Deputy Designated
Safeguarding
Lead

NEVER ACCEPTABLE

NEVER ACCEPTABLE - Anonymous Reporting

Parent Support Sessions

Parent Support Session course delivered by Mr Clout.

Starting in the spring term the course runs for 10 weeks during term time. This course is open to all parents and covers the following topics:

  • The parenting philosophy induction session.
  • The tug of war!
  • Active Listening
  • Praise and Encouragement
  • Whose problem is it?
  • Consequences!
  • Good days and bad days!
  • Managing the stress
  • Supporting

If you wish to attend please call the school and register your interest on 01268 794215 or email your interest to info@theappletonschool.org

Online Sexual Abuse - Peer on Peer

Childnet has produced this guidance to help parents and carers and their children talk about the important issue of online sexual bullying – specifically when this is happening between children of around the same age.

Crisis and Emergency

In a mental health emergency or crisis:

  • Contact the emergency services on 999
  • Go to your nearest A&E department

If you or someone that you care for is having an urgent mental health issue:

  • Call your mental health support worker if you have one
  • Call NHS 111
  • Book an emergency GP appointment
  • Call Adult Social Care on 0345 603 7630 or 0345 606 1212 (outside of normal working hours)
  • Call the Crisis Team at EPUT (for Adults) or the Crisis Support Service (for Young People) on 0300 555 1201

Support Lines and Websites

The following are websites and phone numbers that might be helpful to you when supporting your child or young person with their mental health and wellbeing:

Support Resources for Parents and Families

The following are websites and phone numbers that might be helpful to you when supporting your child or young person with their mental health and wellbeing:

Emotional Wellbeing through coronavirus:

Supporting children and young people:

Supporting yourself and your family:

E-safety

What parents & Carers Need to Know about Age-inappropriate Content Monitoring Screen Time with Teens
UK Safer Internet Centre

Linked Documents
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