Links to Services
- NSPCC For support if you are concerned about a child, for Online Safety information and mental health advice
- CEOP For support if you are concerned about online sexual abuse or the way some has been communicating with you or your child online
- Parent line A confidential text messaging and support line for parents of children aged between 0-19, a NHS run service
- Young Minds A mental health charity for children young people and their parents
- UK Safer Internet Centre Tips, advice, guides and resources to help keep your child safe online
- CHUMS Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing support for Children, Young People and their families, with other services specifically supporting adults; Babyloss Bereavement Service and Bedfordshire Suicide Bereavement Service
- Cruse Bereavement Support
- FFlag A national voluntary organisation and charity dedicated to supporting parents and their lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans sons and daughters
- Bedfordshire Wellbeing Bedfordshire Wellbeing Service provide mental health and talking therapy treatment for those living in Bedfordshire, a NHS run service
- Central Bedfordshire Family Information Directory contains lots of information about childcare settings, local and national organisations that offer support and advice, children’s centres and local activities in Central Bedfordshire
- SNAP SNAP (Special Needs Action Panel) is a pro-active, independent forum of parent carers who all have children or young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
- Gingerbread charity for single parent families
- Central Bedfordshire SEND Local Offer
- Childline Help and advice about a wide range of issues
- The Disability Resource Centre provides support and advice to individuals and families living with disabilities. They can support with benefit applications, equipment and a range of other services.
- Family Fund provides families raising a disabled, or seriously ill, child on low incomes with wide-ranging grants for essential items. Whether you need a kitchen appliance, like a fridge, cooker or washing machine, clothing and bedding, sensory or play equipment or technology for your child or a much-needed family break, they are here to help.
Relationships and Sex Education Information for parents:
Following parent and carer feedback we notice that our families have asked for information and support to discuss or teach children about puberty, sex and relationships. Please see some links to information and resources which you may find helpful below. If you would like to discuss, please speak to your child’s teacher. If you wish to become a part of the RHSE parent / carer forum, please get in touch with Lianna Taylor
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