All of the adults in school are here to help you.
If you are worried about anything at all, you can talk to anyone in school who will help. This could be your class teacher, Mr Bean, Mrs Foster, Mrs Phillips, Mrs Young or anyone else. The buttons below here have some useful websites and phone numbers for if you are worried, scared or made to feel unsafe by something. Remember our Golden Rule: We keep ourselves, and each other, safe.
Here are some websites that might help, and some tips on adults in school you can talk to.
Ring Childline on 0800 111 if you feel scared or are worried about something. You can also go to their website here.
Everyone at school is here for you and to help you. Just talk to someone, or ask your teacher if you want to talk to a different adult, like Mrs Young.
Find Mrs Phillips in her office near the front of school, but remember, you can speak to anyone at school and they will help!
Find Mrs Young in her room at the top of the hall – but remember, you can speak to anyone at school and they will help!
Mrs Foster has special training to help people with their mental health – but remember, you can speak to anyone at school and they will help!
What Does Safeguarding Mean?
Safeguarding is a really, really important word. It means anything that someone does to help keep you safe. This might be making sure you don’t get hurt, or stopping people being unkind to you. Every adult in school has a really important job – to keep you safe. To safeguard you. If you’re every worried, you can talk to any adult in school who will always help!
Watch this video with Pantosaurus about the private triangle. If you are worried, just talk to an adult at school.