Supporting You

Supporting You

Being a parent/carer can present problems for which you may require guidance or support. Knowing how to access the right support can be difficult. The following links for parents/carers wanting advice on how best to support their child offer information and practical advice.

If you require any further advice, please contact a member of the Year Team using email or by phone. (01482 349600):

Year team email addresses:

Year 7: [email protected]

Year 8: [email protected]

Year 9: [email protected]

Year 10: [email protected]

Year 11: [email protected]

Diamond Pathway: [email protected]

Parent/Carer Information and Links

Mental Health and Other Support for Children and Parents

Headstart have to put together a short summary of key services who can support Children and Young Peoples emotional health and wellbeing.

Services to Support Children and Young People’s Emotional Health and Well-being – View download here

Child line – information and advice on bullying, health and mental and emotional health, sex and relationships, family issues etc

NSPCC – National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

NSPCC | The UK children’s charity | NSPCC

How are you feeling? Hull local support website for Mental Health and other issues

Mind- Mental Health Services

Hull and East Yorkshire Mind – We are Hull & East Yorkshire Mind, the mental health charity (


Bereavement Support

Child Bereavement UK – advice on bereavement and also dealing with children who may be frightened following national, traumatic events such as terror attacks


On-line Safety Support

Child net -Online Safety – advice and activities for children, parents and staff on e-safety

Online Safeguarding CEOP (Child Exploitation Online Protection) – information on on-line safety for parents and students


Online Safety and Security | Humberside Police



Stonewall – Help and advice


Single Families:


FGM Support

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) | Humberside Police


Domestic Abuse Services:


Supporting students during Exams: