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Wellbeing of Pupils


This page is for children - it is to help you find help or support if you aren't sure who to talk to.

We want to do our best to ensure that you keep yourself active as regular physical activity can increase our self-esteem and can reduce stress and anxiety!

At the bottom of the page you can find the child friendly version of our Safeguarding Policy.

We would love to hear your ideas about what information to include on here.

School is closed but I need some help

At weekends or school holidays there are people you can talk to if you need help.

Ring 999 in an emergency.

You can talk to an adult you trust - a family member or a neighbour.

You can call Childline at 0800 1111.

You can talk to an adult in uniform.

Keeping ourselves healthy

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I have got an online worry

I've seen something online that I don't like: Click here

I am having some trouble on social media: Click here

I am worried about drug or alcohol use by adults in my family

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You can download this poster in the documents at the bottom of the page.

Are you affected by a parent's drinking?

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Could you be a Young Carer?

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Water Safety

Never play on frozen water

  • Always tell an adult where you are going
  • Always stay together
  • Never venture out onto any frozen water as the ice may not be very strong
  • If a friend gets into difficulty throw something to them, don't try and rescue them - call 999 and ask for the fire service

Water may look safe, but it can be dangerous.

Learn to spot and keep away from dangers. You may swim well in a warm indoor pool, but that does not mean that you will be able to swim in cold water.

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Stop and think - spot the dangers

There are many dangers with water, which can include:

  • It can be very cold
  • There may be hidden currents
  • It can be difficult to get out (steep slippery banks)
  • It can be deep
  • There may be hidden rubbish, e.g. shopping trolleys, broken glass
  • There may be no lifeguards there
  • It is difficult to estimate depth
  • It may be polluted and may make you ill

Stay together

  • It is always better to go to the water with a friend or family member
  • Children should always go near water with an adult
  • An adult can point out dangers or help if somebody gets into trouble.


If you fall into the water unexpectedly – float until you can control your breathing. Then call for help or swim to safety.

Call 999

You may be able to help yourself and others if you know what to do in an emergency.

If you see someone in difficulty, tell somebody, preferably a Lifeguard if there is one nearby, or go to the nearest telephone, dial 999, ask for the Fire Service at inland water sites and the Coastguard at the beach.


Page Downloads Date  
Nacoa Poster 12th Jul 2022 Download
Winter Water Safety Message Dec 2022 14th Dec 2022 Download
Childrens Safeguarding Newsletter December 2022 15th Dec 2022 Download
Childrens Safeguarding Newsletter October 2022 15th Dec 2022 Download
Child Friendly Safeguarding Policy 10th Jul 2023 Download