Wessex Learning Trust
At Nailsea School our first priority is the safety and security of all of our students. This is called safeguarding. If you or anyone you know is at risk of harm then you must let a member of staff know. You can tell any member of staff about your concerns. They then may pass it on to a member of the safeguarding team.
The email address for non-urgent matters is email@example.com but it is always best to talk with one of the team in person.
The Nailsea School Safeguarding Team
Safeguarding Statement – Download Here
Safeguarding Child Protection Policy – Download Here
It is the right of all individuals in Nailsea School to feel safe and secure without fear of bullying or intimidation.
Vine Counselling are an independent charity who work in partnership with Nailsea School, students or parents should speak to Heads of House for a referral.
Vine Counselling website HERE
Wellspring Counselling are an independent charity who work in locally with wellbeing and mental health.
Wellspring Counselling website HERE
Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people, click here for an online chat
Monday – Friday 12pm – 10pm
Saturday – Sunday 6pm – 10pm
Are you feeling stressed about something? Worried about a friend? Just need someone to talk to? Come to the weekly drop in session – no appointment necessary.
Wednesday lunch time – see tutor for further details
A safe and non-judgemental student led group for any student questioning their sexuality or gender or wanting to support those students that are.
Every Wednesday, National Online Safety produce guides that focus on specific platforms/risks of popular apps and websites.
Believing in empowering parents, carers and trusted adults with the information they need to hold informed and age-appropriate conversations about online safety with their child, should they feel it needed.
Sign up for their mailing list to receive a new weekly guide of a popular app or website sent to your email address
This May Help has been created to support parents and carers with concerns about their child’s mental health. Click below to be taken to the This May Help website:This May Help: Advice for supporting your child’s mental health https://thismayhelp.me/
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