Tell us something or report an incident
Whether you’re at school or at home, you can let us know if something is worrying you.
Please scan the QR code or click the link below to tell us about anything that is worrying you, no matter how big or small. We will do our best to help.
Once you have filled the form in, on the next school day we will make sure it goes to the right person to help you.
Please also remember you can always share your worries or concerns by talking to a member of staff in school. We are here to listen.
Scan the QR code above or click the link below.
If something is happening right now that you think is a crime, or is a threat to life, please make sure you call the police on 999 and seek the help of a trusted adult.
If you need to speak to someone sooner, or if you feel you need some support outside of school, there are lots of resources available for you to access now.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Get help and advice on a wide range of issues. Childline are there to listen and support you with anything you’d like to talk about, or you can have a 1-2-1 counselling chat online. You can discuss anything you like from a disclosure of pregnancy, being a victim of bullying, feeling low and struggling with sleep patterns; to mental health issues, or general low mood.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Encourages children and adults to talk about their own mental health needs and provides top tips for managing mental health during crisis.
|Health and wellbeing support services for Kirklees children and young people 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
|Text ‘YM’ to 85258 for free support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if you are experiencing a mental health crisis. YoungMinds provide young people with tools to look after their mental health.
|Provides guidance, support and the ability to report any concerns about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online.
|A national charity that provides support and guidance for children and families that are victims of cruelty.
|Kooth is a service which provides support with wellbeing and resilience specifically for teenagers.
|An education programme which provides training, resources and information for children and young people aged 4 – 18 and their families, to protect children and young people from online child sexual abuse.
|Provides a range of services, such as counselling, mentoring, education and support for children and young people who face challenges such as poverty, abuse, neglect, disability and mental health problems.
|The Diana Award provides useful information on dealing with bullying.
|Kirklees Talking Therapies
|Help provided by the National Health Service, where you can talk to someone who is specially trained to listen and understand your feelings.
|Live Well - NHS (www.nhs.uk)
|Information from the National Health Service which covers advice, tips and tools to help you make the best choices about your health and wellbeing.
|This is a service which offers support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies.
|Child Bereavement UK work to provide support to families of children who have lost a loved one.
|The National Domestic and Abuse Helpline is for women and children who are exposed to domestic violence. This allows you the option to seek help, support and advice. In an emergency, please call 999.
|The Children's Society
|Information for Young Carers including wellbeing information.
|Marie Collins Foundation
|Supports victims of online sexual abuse.
|A helpline for anyone who is affected by Forced Marriage and Honour Based Abuse.
|Free and confidential drug and alcohol service for young people up to the age of 21 in Kirklees.