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Sources of Support

  • BCP First Response Hub – Safeguarding: For contact details and how to report a concern please HERE.
  • County Lines
  • Click HERE to access Espcapeline's website: ‚ÄčA charity committed to the prevention of child exploitation across the South west of England. 
  • Click HERE to view a 'Keeping children safe in education' leaflet.
  • Click HERE to view a 'Keeping children safe in education' leaflet in other languages. 
  • Click HERE for support on child sexual exploitation. 
  • Click HERE for support on modern slavery and human trafficking 
Support Your Child's Mental Health
Practical Help with Cost of Living:
Worries about COVID-19: 

If you or your child are worried about COVID-19, you can speak you your child's Tutor or Head of House. Further support can be found at links below:

Managing feelings around the Ukraine invasion
There are so many great sources of support for looking after your family and their mental health, please see list below:
The Fuse Project

For more info click here.


Information, advice and support for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disability and their parents or carers.

Phone 01202 128181  email:

To Learn more about Sendiass please click here

If your child has any Special Educational Needs please click here for more information 

Please also take a look at the Sendiass informative flyer


ParentLine 5-19

The School Nursing team in Dorset offer a confidential text messaging service to the parents and carers of children and young people aged between 5 and 19.

This text messaging service is called ParentLine 5-19 and parents will be able to gain advice from a member of the School Nursing team via text message for topics such as development, healthy eating, weight management, behaviour management, emotional health and wellbeing, toileting, sleep and more.

How it will work:

  • Parent/carer sends a text message to the ParentLine 5-19 number – 07312263131
  • An automated reply confirms the message has been received.
  • A trained healthcare professional from the School Nursing team will respond to the message between 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday (excluding weekends, bank holidays and school holidays) within 24 working hours.

Please note that ParentLine 5-19 will initially only be available during School Term times and will be closed during School Holidays and this should not be used as an emergency service - urgent help should be sought from an NHS walk-in centre or call NHS 111, or in an emergency, dial 999 or go to A&E.

Bereavement Support in Dorset

CLICK HERE to view bereavement support sources in Dorset