Emergency Contacts & Resources During School Closure
January 14, 2021 by Ellie Linton
Please find below a list of emergency contacts that you may need whilst school is closed during the national lockdown.
Deborah Howard- Headteacher- email@example.com
Donna Wealleans- Designated Safeguarding Lead- firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Cameron- Designated Safeguarding Lead- email@example.com
Amanda Clifton- Health Lead- firstname.lastname@example.org
All other school enquiries- email@example.com
Support for Families in Crisis
Trafford South Food Bank- 07749 378447 firstname.lastname@example.org
Helpline for parents from One Education’s Psychology team- 0161 276 0113
Domestic Violence – Organisations which give information and advice
MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING
It is entirely understandable that many people may be finding this uncertain time difficult. Please see the information below that may be of use for parents struggling at this time.
The NHS offers some practical tips to care for both your mind and your body. Please visit: Mental Wellbeing While Staying At Home | Every Mind Matters | One You (www.nhs.uk) for advice on looking after your mental wellbeing while staying at home.
Mind, the mental health charity, has providing some useful information on self-care techniques and general lifestyle changes to help manage many mental health problems here: Self-care for mental health problems | Mind, the mental health charity – help for mental health problems
The NHS website offers some practical tips and ideas for those that are struggling with sleep. Please visit: How to get to sleep – NHS (www.nhs.uk). You can also view 10 tips to beat insomnia here: 10 tips to beat insomnia – NHS (www.nhs.uk).
The Sleep Charity also offers lots of practical advice covering a wide range of sleep issues. Visit their website at: https://thesleepcharity.org.uk/
You can find out more about anxiety from Mind, the mental health charity here: Is anxiety a mental health problem? | Mind, the mental health charity – help for mental health problems
Depression is a common mental health problem that affects many of us. You can find out more about ‘mental wellbeing while staying at home’ here:
Mental health help in Manchester
Please click here to view a range of services in the Manchester area: