SEN lead & Safeguarding
Zoe is here to assist children and parents on their journey through primary school and all the challenges that come with this journey; whether they are emotional, physical or any difficulty that impacts on your child’s learning and becomes a barrier to them achieving their very best.
She can signpost parents and carers to information or support to enable them to get back on track. Often local government information changes or forms become more complicated; She is constantly informed of these changes and can support you to navigate your way around them.
If you have some kind of difficulty however trivial or difficult it might seem and this may impact on your child’s education please speak to Zoe Ellis as communication is key.
Zoe is supported by Mrs Wendy Parr, our Academy's Head of Safeguarding & Inclusion.
We have been working with the NSPCC to highlight the importance of online safety. To children, online friends are real friends. Online life is real life. There's no distinction.
For advice and support on setting up parental controls, adjusting privacy settings, understanding social networks and more check out the links below or call the NSPCC online safety advice helpline 0808 800 5002 - Lines are open from 9am - 7pm, Monday to Friday and 10am - 6pm on weekends. All calls are free of charge.
Gender Identity Issues
The NSPCC have reported record number of calls regarding transgender 2,796 compared to 1,299 in the previous 12months.
It was recorded that children aged 12-15years were most likely to call the helpline about gender identity issues and that 260 of the calls on this subject were from 11-year-olds.
If you would like more information on this subject, please visit Mermaids UK