Students are you concerned about your health and welfare

Students are you concerned about your health and welfare?


Bullying Incident Reporting Form


Who to contact if you are concerned…

  1. Specific subject issue – subject teacher
  2. General issue (e.g. progress, punctuality, homework, friendship) –Form tutor or member of staff you trust
  3. General and very serious issues – Head or Assistant Head of Year (Year 7 students), Head or Assistant Head of House (Year 8-11 students)
  4. Bullying – Form tutor or Head or Assistant Head of Year (Year 7 students), Head or Assistant Head of House (Year 8-11 students)  Forms for you to record and report instances of bullying are available from your Head or Assistant Head of Year/House or you can download a copy below.  Complete it with as much detail as you can and hand in to your Head or Assistant Head of Year/House

If you would like to see the School Nurse, please speak to your Form Tutor or a member of staff you trust in order for a referral to be made. Alternatively, if you do not wish to discuss your concerns with a member of staff, there are lots of links below which contain useful advice.

Health and wellbeing links for students.

Children’s Legal Centre      01206 873820

Childline (24 hour helpline for children)    0800 1111 (free)

Forced Marriage Unit (Foreign and Commonwealth Office) 020 7008 0151

Honour Network (helpline for victims of forced marriage& honour-based violence)     0800 5999247

Hopeline UK (prevention of young suicide)     0870 170 4000

NSPCC        0808 800 5000 (free)

NSPCC (Text phone for deaf and hearing impaired)  0800 056 0566

NSPCC (Asian child protection helpline)    0800 096 7729

Samaritans       08457 909090

Prevention of young suicide UK – PAPYRUS:

ChildLine spotlight report on suicide:


Bereaved young people – Nelson’s Journey website ( for young people in Norfolk or the national website for bereaved young people provide by CRUSE –

Frank- drugs information-


Beatbullying – 

Norfolk Local Safeguarding Children Board –

Parent and family support

Carers of family, partners or friends –  and

Childline –

Children’s Legal Centre – concerned with law and policy affecting children and young –

Child Sexual Exploitation

Barnardos –

Domestic Violence 

Support for children and young people living with domestic violence

Teenage Relationship Abuse –

Drinksense – support for young people and families with alcohol related problems –

Drugs and Alcohol Service – The Matthew Project –

Eating Disorders – Beating eating disorders –

Female Genital Mutilation – NSPCC 24 hour helpline – contact anonymously on 0800 028 3550 or email

Forced Marriage Unit – Foreign & Commonwealth Office –

Internet safety

Think U Know – Internet, mobile phone and technology safety for children –

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre – protecting children from sexual abuse and making the internet a safer place –

Kidsmart – internet safety website –

Kidscape  – preventing bullying and child abuse –

Mental Health

Young Minds – charity committed to improving mental health of children and young people –

Health and Wellbeing  (Key Stage 4) (Key stage 4)


For children and young people

Samaritans – confidential emotional support 24 hours per day –

Self Harm 

Site for young people  –   (Key Stage 4)

HOPElineUK – prevention of young suicide – 0870 170 4000 –

Sexual Health

Integrated contraception and sexual health service for Norfolk


Useful advice and signposts to services – Norfolk County Council website