- Key Information
- Safeguarding, SEND & Pastoral
- Safeguarding & Pastoral Care Links for Parents & Carers
Safeguarding & Pastoral Care Links for Parents & Carers
First Response Hub
The Children's Service First Response Hub provides the public and professionals with advice, information and support for children who are vulnerable and at risk.
Domestic Abuse Services
PDAP (Poole Domestic Abuse Project) which provides safe and confidential support for anyone experiencing domestic abuse and anyone seeking advice for someone else.
NCDV (National Centre for Domestic Violence)
Gives emotional and practical help to people who have been affected by crime in Dorset. They are an independent charity and can bed contacted for support regardless of whether you've contacted the police, and no matter how long ago the crime took place. They will help you for as long as it takes to overcome the impact of crime.
The ELSA website has resources which you can download to support your child at home with anxiety, emotions and social skills to name a few!
There is a small fee for some of the resources, but many of them are free.
Poole Food Bank vouchers are issued to families in need by providing food parcels and signposting on to further support. All of the food is donated by local churches, schools and individuals - tinned and dried food is provided to ensure easy storage. Please see your Pastoral Care Worker if you require a Food Bank Voucher.
The NSPCC is the UK's leading children's charity where advice and support can be found for children and young people.
Mosaic is a Dorset wide charity offering a pathway of support to bereaved children, young people and their families.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) teams are groups of Professionals who help children, young parents, parents and carers where there are mental health difficulties. A referral from your GP or school is required to access support (subject to certain criteria).
One place where you could find helpful advice and information for young people, parents and teachers.
Local Children’s Centres welcome all families with a child under 5 in the local community. They provide support and learning opportunities as well as a welcoming, safe space for fun and play.
Relate helps adults to understand what's going on in their relationships and change things for the better.
To help people with the everyday issues that they face. All CAB advisors are fully trained to deal with a wide range of legal problems, benefits, debt, consumer and employment rights.
A charity providing support, information and activities for children and young people diagnosed as on the Autism Spectrum.
The Steps 2 Wellbeing service provides psychological talking therapy for adults aged 18+ such as depression, low mood, anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and stress. The service offers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, counselling and low intensity guided self-help.
If you are worried that someone has acted inappropriately towards your child or another child you may know or work with, you can report this. This may include things like sexualised chat, being asked to meet up, or being asked to do something that made the child feel uncomfortable. Any member of the public - whether a child, parent or professional - can report a concern about child sexual abuse or online exploitation to our CEOP safety centre.
This link provides information for parents/carers to consider if hiring a private tutor or sports coach outside of school.