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Remote Learning Support & Guidance

Useful Links for Parents/Carers
Parent Zone is a good place for advice on a range of topics. Click here to access the ‘parent guides’ section which explains how to keep your child safe on a range of online activities from Facebook to Fortnite.

Supporting Your Family’s Mental Health Guide may be accessed here.

NSPCC information on how to reduce family conflict/tension may be accessed here.

Government guide on supporting your child and accessing support services  particularly if affected by bereavement, mental health worries, eating disorders, autism, bullying and more, may can be accessed here

Domestic Abuse Support Services
Domestic abuse can involve violence but also includes controlling behaviour and support. If you are worried about your safety, we would recommend calling 999.

  • Silent Solution
    If calling 999 yourself as you need help but cannot speak this allows you to still indicate that you need help by pressing 55 when directed. 
  • National Domestic Abuse Helpline (24/7)
    Call: 0808 2000 247
    Website: (including the ability to report online if you are not able to call): click here.
  • NDAS (Northamptonshire Domestic Abuse Service – including refuge facilities for male and female victims):
    24h helpline: 0300 0120154 you can call if directly affected or worried about somebody else.
    To access the website click here.
  • An extensive range of local and national support services can be found here.

What To Do If You Are Concerned About The Welfare of a Child:
If your concern occurs during school hours please contact Mr Luke Shackleton via email or by telephone on 01933 231224.

If your concern is out of normal school hours, please report this to the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) team who can be reached on 0300 126 7000 (option 1 and then ask to speak to the MASH team) or through calling the non-emergency police number (101).

If you believe a child is being harmed at this moment or is in imminent danger, we would always recommend calling 999.

Further Support & Guidance
Supporting Home Learning Routines & Planning The Day guide is attached below.

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