Help and Information
Information for Parents and Carers - for a range of pamphlets to help your child's learning, please click on the link here.
Support, Services & Resources for Children, Young People and Families click for useful information
Useful information from Concord Medical Centre (including Sexual Health and Wellbeing and Mental Health Support) can be found here.
Young Victims' Service - A useful leaflet can be found here supporting young people affected by crime and anti-social behaviour in Avon & Somerset.
Safeguarding - new resource to prevent radicalisation and extremism
There is a new website www.educateagainsthate.com which has useful advice, information and resources to support parents and teachers to prevent extremism.
Free School Meals
Please click for information on eligibility and applying for Free School Meals.
Anxiety is a condition that can affect anyone and many anxiety disorders begin in childhood and adolescence. With nearly one in five young people experiencing high levels of anxiety, early intervention can benefit. This toolkit has been developed to help people understand these emotions, how to manage them and when to ask for help.
There is information tailored for:
- parents & carers
- teachers, including classroom resources
- children & young people … Access all three booklets here
Please click on this link for really useful advice for parents on how to talk to their children about mental health and offer support www.annafreud.org.
Please click here for a guide to develop awareness of the importance of sleep for mental and physical health. It also contains information and guidance to prevent sleep issues arising, and tips on how to manage sleep concerns.
Young Minds - Have you seen their new resources for parents? Their A-Z Guide to Support gives you advice on how to help your child with specific mental health conditions, and life events which might be negatively affecting their wellbeing. They'll also show you where you can get help. Visit the A-Z Guide.
Off The Record (OTR)
OTR’s Hubs are a safe and relaxed space you can simply drop into for a chat – no appointments needed. They are there for you to meet their team and discover more about what they offer. You’ll find they are a great place to learn about mental health and self-care too. Visit their website http://www.otrbristol.org.uk/what-we-do/hubs/, They have a collection of printable mental health zines, which have been specifically designed to educate, support and empower young people to look after their mental health. Please click on the links below to view or visit their website above.
Concorde Learning Intervention Centre is a collaborative provision organised and overseen by Bradley Stoke Community School, Abbeywood Community School, Patchway Community School and British Technology and Engineering Academy. For further details please click on the link here.