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Safeguarding Information for Parents

Useful numbers

If you need help, support, advice or are concerned or worried these services can help.

CRIME STOPPERS –0800 555 111  or  101    or in emergencies 999

Black County Women’s Aid– 0121 553 0090  (Domestic Abuse Support)                                                                                    SAYA multilingual Phone line - 0800 389 6990  (Domestic Abuse Support)

Early Help Hub- 0300 555 2866 (option 1)

CGL (old Sure Start, South Street) 01922 6423382

Family Information Services-  01922 653383

Citizens Advice Bureau -0300 3301159         www.walsallcab.org.uk  

NSPCC - 0808 800 5000

CHILDLINE -0800 1111

Bereavement Services - Child & Family Helpline: 01922 645035   www.wbss.org.uk

The Samaritans– 116 123

 

 

 

                          

 

  If you are finding it hard to feed your children during this   difficult time please follow the link below to find out how to access   local food distribution centres (food banks)

http://www.blackcountryfoodbank.org.uk/locations

You can also contact the Early Help Hub at CGL South Street 01922 6423382 ,Family   Information Services-  01922 653383 or Walsall Civic Centre

  

5 Pillars of Parenting Workshop

 

The 5 Pillars of Parenting was a great success. Parents/carers who took part in the workshop gave very positive feedback and said it was interesting, informative and beneficial.

 

 

                      

 

 

 

Hopefully we will be running the workshop again later on in the year so if you are interested in taking part please speak to Mrs Nadat.

 

                    

Behaviour Management

 

It is NOT ok to hit your child with a stick, wooden spoon, slipper or any other object it is ILLEGAL.

Hitting a child with any object is a form of ASSAULT  and  CHILD ABUSE .

Part of our job at Palfrey Junior School is to make sure all children are safe and free from the risk of harm – at school and at home. In line with our Safeguarding Policy we will report any safeguarding concerns we have to Social Services and / or the Police.

This is NOT a cultural issue , you should not use this as an excuse. We are in the UK and hitting a child with an object  is AGAINST THE LAW!

 

We run regular Parenting Workshops. Enquire at the school office for next available dates.

 

The school’s Safeguarding Policy can be found in the Policy section of the school’s website

 

If you require help, support or advice click on the picture below and it will take you straight to Black Country Women's Aid website.
If you think your family would benefit from Early Help please contact Miss Thomson for a chat about how we can help.
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