Useful Information

Useful Information

Educational and helpful websites

Let's stop abuse together!

Child sexual abuse is a reality for thousands of children across our country, with at least one in ten estimated to experience sexual abuse before they turn 16.

If you have any concerns at all about a child’s safety or wellbeing, don’t hesitate to contact the NSPCC Helpline on

0808 800 5000

or email help@nspcc.org.uk

The dedicated NSPCC child protection specialist you talk to will know what to do next and will take any necessary action. It’s never too soon to speak out when a child needs help. Even if you’re unsure, if you’re worried, the best thing to do is to talk to a trained professional. Your call could protect a child from experiencing sexual abuse.

If you think a child is in immediate danger, call the police on 999.

Action for Children supports and speaks for the UK’s most vulnerable and neglected children and young people.
A fantastic site which offers lots of information on how to use the internet and social media sites
The Makaton Charity uses signs, symbols and speech to help people communicate.
Find loads of FREE Disney inspired games and activities featuring characters from your kids’ favourite Disney films
Great advice to keep children safe whilst using the internet.
LearnEnglish Kids has lots of free online games, songs, stories and activities for children to have fun and learn English too
The Children’s Commissioner for England has launched a campaign aimed at parents and carers to help them to encourage their children to enjoy the online world without being totally consumed by it. The campaign, Digital 5 A Day, is based on the NHS’s evidence-based five steps to mental well-being, and gives children and parents practical steps to achieve a balanced digital diet. The five elements of a good digital diet are: connect, be active, get creative, give to others, be mindful
A free public service to teach children to read with phonics.
The NSPCC have developed advice around using parental controls to block or filter content can help keep children safe online
Articles and advice for children and young people
The leading charity supporting people with autism and their families.
News and articles surrounding internet safety
SEND Family Partnership (formerly Parent Partnership) is for parents and carers of children and young people (aged 0 to 25), with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and children and young people (up to 25) with SEND.

Who offer information, advice and support about education, health and social care issues to support

Information regarding activities available for children and young people with a Special Educational Need and/or Disabilities (SEND) and their families in Staffordshire.

Queen's Croft High School

Birmingham Road, Lichfield,
Staffordshire WS13 6PJ

Call us on

01543 227245 and speak to Mrs Hunt, Mrs Hodgkiss or Mrs Blakemore in the administration office

Email us at

 office@queenscroft.staffs.sch.uk