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Thursday 14 December, 7pm-8pm online on Zoom
The Alternative Parents’ Evening Surviving the Festive Season. This is in relation to the SIPCo Project.
This free online event is designed for parents who are feeling under pressure. The event is an opportunity for you to hear about a free project we have in your area.
If you can answer ‘yes’ to any of the following, then please do join us.
- Do you have a child or children aged between 8 and 14?
- Have you been arguing more in the last few months?
- Is your partner/ex-partner getting on your nerves?
- Have you seen a change in your child’s behaviour?
- Are they upset by your arguing/silences?
Go to www.tfaforms.com/5098528 or scan the QR code on the right to register for free. Spaces are limited so please sign up early. To find out more about free help for parents under pressure visit tavistockrelationships.org/sipco
|Primary Pastoral Support Worker||Christine Barrington|
|Secondary Pastoral Support Worker||Jo Swanston|
|Sixth Form Pastoral Support Worker||Margaret Smith|
|Senior Mental Health Lead||Sarah Johnson|
Operation Encompass: St Peter’s School is part of Operation Encompass which is a police and education early intervention safeguarding partnership, that supports children and young people who experience Domestic Abuse.
Operation Encompass means that the police will share information about Domestic Abuse incidents with our school PRIOR to the start of the next school day when they have been called to a domestic incident. This information will be sent directly to the DSL/DDSL/Pastoral support workers for them to be aware of.
Information for parents/carers: Schools hold on file any domestic abuse alert connected to any student in the school that happens between parents/carers.
If you have any concerns at all about a child’s safety or wellbeing, contact the NSPCC Helpline 0808 800 5000
18 or under? Childline offers free, confidential advice and support whatever your worry, whenever you need help. Call 0800 1111
The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) is a British child protection charity. They lobby the government on issues relating to child welfare, and creates campaigns for the general public, with the intention of raising awareness of child protection issues.
To see our latest Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy, please see our Policies & Documents webpage