At Kings, we are committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of all our students.
If you have any particular concerns regarding your child’s emotional health and wellbeing, please contact either your child’s tutor of Head of Year.
If you have a safeguarding concern or query at any time, please do not hesitate to contact us and ask for the Designated Safeguarding Lead and Assistant Headteacher, Mr Hurley firstname.lastname@example.org .
We are mindful that student well-being is just as an important issue outside of school as it is in school. The school has a Welfare Officer, Ms Bache, who works with parents and carers to support young people and their families, please feel free to contact her with any questions or for support on email@example.com
The range of links and resources outlined on this page is by no means exhaustive, but offers some guidance to external support should you require it. We would welcome feedback and recommendations of additional information that parents and carers have themselves found useful and supportive.
Surrey’s Family Help Hub
Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families
Catch 22 - Surrey Young People’s Substance Misuse Service
Child Exploitation and Online Protection command
Children and Family Health Surrey
EikOnline Virtual Youth Club
HM Government guidance on supporting children's mental wellbeing during Covid
Kooth - Online mental wellbeing community
The Parental Guide To Surviving Lockdown
Place2Be - Children’s mental health charity
Refuge - Help from Domestic Abuse
Safe Hands, Thinking Minds - Resources to support children and adults around anxiety, worry, stress, and fears
Mindsight Surrey CAMHS - A partnership of providers lead by the NHS
Safe Space Health - An NHS web site with resources on emotional health
Surrey Family Information Service
The Mix - A set of resources for the under 25's
Young Minds - Mental health resource
Returning to school following lockdown video
UK Safer Internet Centre