Get Help

When our pupils or families have any worries or concerns the first place to ask for help should be your Form Tutor or Achievement Director, however there are times when you may not feel able to. Below are details for a variety of organisations who caan provide help for different issues.

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Barnardo’s provides a range of services to children, young people and families across the UK. Services address problems including sexual exploitation, substance misuse and homelessness.

Head Office

Tel: 020 8550 8822



Helpline providing free, confidential sexual health advice and contraception for young people, up to age 25.

Tel: 0800 0185 023



Free, confidential 24-hour helpline that offers support for any kind of problem.

Tel: 0800 11 11



A free service providing advice to people of all ages about drugs; can provide information about local support services.

Tel: 0800 77 66 00


Missing People

A helpline providing support, advice and practical help for friends and family concerned about someone who is missing.

Tel: 0500 700 700



Child protection helpline gives information, advice and counselling to anyone worried about a child.

Tel: 0808 800 5000

Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre

Support by telephone and post, counselling for women and girls, also a referral service for boys and men.

Tel: 020 8683 3300



Offers accommodation and support to women and children escaping domestic violence.

Tel: 0808 200 0247


Runaway Helpline

24-hour confidential free phone number providing support and a ‘message home’ service.

Tel: 0808 800 7070



Free confidential advice on sex and relationships for under 18s.

Tel: 0800 28 29 30


Suzy Lamplugh Trust

Campaigns on personal safety issues and provides advice on personal safety and how to avoid putting yourself at risk.

Tel: 020 7091 0014



Victim Support

Free, confidential support to help anyone deal with an experience of crime, whether they go to the police or not.

Tel: 0845 3030 900