Southfields: Staying Safe, Mental Health & Remote Learning Tips

In critical times as these, it is very important that you keep yourselves safe. Below are some very useful websites and guides to help you with keeping safe, Mental Health and support with Remote Learning. 

Learn how to set parental controls on YouTube with this helpful tutorial video. It tells you about the options you have when it comes to keeping your kids safe on YouTube, and shows you 4 ways to set parental controls.

Useful information if you’re struggling for money
CYP - 24 7 crisis call line
Thinkuknow- Parents helpsheet
Social Media Guidance- Parents & Carers

There are lots of things out there to help with boredom, worries or to get up to date news and information. Here’s a selection.

RCPCH &Us is a network of children, young people and families working to improve child health across the UK. You can find out more and join us.  

Downloads

Children and young people’s health diary (to print)984.75 KB

Children and young people’s health diary (to fill in on your device) – MS Word1.18 MB

RCPCH and Us activity pack for children and young people staying at home1001.82 KB

 
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For extra information check out our Safeguarding & Pastoral Support page and Pastoral Support Blog posts.  Also check out our recent blog post on Online safety & well-Being and our Online Safety page.

Suggested Websites:

Important telephone numbers:

Childline: 08001111

Samaritans: 116 123

Domestic Violence Hotline: 08082000247

Mind: 03001233393

Age UK: 08001696565

La Leche League: 03451202918 (for parents struggling to get formula milk)