Help for Pupils, Parents and Families

Please click on the appropriate link for further information about where parents, pupils or others may be able to find further support.

If you know of any support websites which would be of use to our children and families, please let us know.

Bereavement support for young people –

Information to support pupils who are self-harming (as well as other issues for young people).

Click on the following links to websites which help with issues around self-harm
Young Minds has useful information if your child is refusing to come to school:

Derbyshire Safeguarding Children Board is a statutory body, established in accordance with the Children Act 2004 and Working Together to Safeguard Children guidance 2013. The role of the Board is to co-ordinate and monitor the effectiveness of the safeguarding work of agencies and bodies represented on the Board

Internet watch foundation

The UK Hotline for reporting criminal online content

  • Child sexual abuse content hosted anywhere in the world
  • Criminally obscene adult content hosted in the UK
  • Non-photographic child sexual abuse images hosted in the UK

Reports are confidential and can be made anonymously

This think you know advice site aims to make online parenting simple

Also – links for children for help with social media sites

The National Careers Service is a government organisation set up to give advice and guidance for children and young people on choices and options in preparation for the world of work.

Advice and support for all children with worries and concerns

Parenting courses within Derbyshire

Advice and support for families – a number of issues

School admissions advice and guidance from Derbyshire

Advice on drugs

The NSPCC including advice on female genital mutilation

Samaritans website for people who are feeling low and need support

Anti-bullying advice website

Website protecting children from bullying and abuse

Free confidential advice for under 25 year olds

Family mediation for families coping with separation and divorce in Buxton and Derbyshire.

Citizens advice bureau

Support for the older members of our community

The Lucy Faithfull Foundation (LFF) is a UK-wide child protection charity dedicated solely to reducing the risk of children being sexually abused. We work with entire families that have been affected by sexual abuse including: adult male and female sexual abusers; young people with inappropriate sexual behaviours; victims of abuse and other family members.

The Nottingham Diocese Website Homepage