Help and support
The Local Authority have asked us to alert all parents and carers to their Crisis and Prevention Fund please click the following link for more information Apply for an emergency payment via Bristol City Council
Exploitation Awareness Sessions for Parents
Free online webinars for parents and carers from Avon and Somerset Police
Exploitation Awareness for Parents - It can happen to my child!
Exploitation Awareness for Parents via MS Teams
- Have you heard of CSE (Child Sexual Exploitation)?
- Do you know about County Lines?
- Do you know what Online Grooming and Exploitation is?
Maybe you would like to know more about all the above or some of the above. The prevention officer from TOPAZ exploitation team, Avon and Somerset Police is bringing you 60 minutes virtual awareness/guidance sessions.T his is a perfect opportunity to increase your awareness.
To book a place, please follow Eventbrite links below.
Book Here via Eventbrite: Child Exploitation Awareness for Parents on Tuesday 16th March 2021 – 7pm (290 spaces available)
We’re leading the fight for a future where all young minds are supported and empowered, whatever the challenges. We’re here to make sure they get the best possible mental health support and have the resilience to overcome life’s difficulties.
The crisis in children and young people’s mental health is real and it is urgent. More children and young people than ever before are reaching out for help with their mental health. But for those who take that brave step, help is much too hard to find.
Click the links below for support:
Helping young people understand their anger:
Anger is often seen as a negative emotion, but it is a natural state and one of the core emotions we all experience. Different people may be triggered by different things, and anger often occurs when we feel threatened, frustrated or powerless. However, it can become a problem if a child finds themselves getting angry a lot but without really knowing why, or if it is expressed through destructive behaviour.
Anger can often be a sign that there are things going on in a pupil's life that they need help with. As school staff, we know that children and young people can face lots of adversity, and that this can lead to them feeling angry and behaving inappropriately. So it's important that we try to understand what the triggers might be for the pupils in our schools. It's also important that young people can make sense of how they’re feeling, so this email is packed with resources to help your pupils better understand their anger and find ways to cope.