Further Support for Parents



Newsletters and other Parenting Information

Parent Support Group (Epsom and Ewell area)

Maureen Kirk 07815 778936, Diana Foreman 07967 199829

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Information from CEOPS regarding online safety

Families can visit www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents to access advice and support on how to keep children safe from sexual abuse, both online and off. Articles provide guidance on topics as diverse as: challenging harmful sexual attitudes and promoting positive behaviours; helping a child with autism negotiate life online; supporting a child who has been sexually abused; and dealing with a range of online issues such as sending nude selfies and viewing pornography. Users will find films, downloadable guides and useful links to support organisations.

Families can also use the website to access the CEOP Safety Centre (www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre) where they can report abuse and exploitation direct to CEOP.



Family Lives

A support website and helpline for adult family members with advice on all aspects of raising children. Telephone: 0808 800 2222

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Surrey Family Information Service

Provides information, advice and assistance for families, children and young people 0-19 years old (25 years for young people with special needs)

Telephone: 0300 200 1004

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Dad Talk

Advice, resources and news for Dads

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Childsnet International

Internet safety guide for parents

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Is your child in crisis?

Are you worried about them?

This site will help you understand and support your child:

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Young Minds

Young Minds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.

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Money Matters for Every Child

Independent and confidential advice on benefits and finances

Telephone: 0800 294 8148


Citizens Advice Centre

North Surrey Domestic Abuse Outreach

Telephone: 01932 260690

Surrey Women’s Aid

24 hour confidential helpline

Telephone: 01483 776822

Catalyst - Surrey Alcohol and Drug Advisory Service

Telephone: 01483 590150

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First Steps

Free and confidential service for information on eating disorders

Telephone 01332 367571

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Health Protection Agency

Due to the high levels of sickness in school caused through various bugs, the Health Protection Agency has produced an informative, interactive website about bugs and microbes. There is a separate section for secondary school students.
You will find lots of presentations that might assist a greater understanding of infection transmission and infection control.

Please also be aware that alcohol gels and sanitisers are only effective against certain bugs and so the recommended method for cleaning hands is still washing with soap and water.

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An informative site for young people, parents and professionals.  Focuses on concerns around Anxiety, Self-Harm, Eating Issues and Addiction. 

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Parents' Protect

Helping parents protect young people from sexual exploitation 

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Lucy Faithfull Foundation

Stop it Now! UK and Ireland is a child sexual abuse prevention campaign. We support adults to play their part in prevention through providing sound information, educating members of the public, training those who work with children and families

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Nutritionist Resource

This website has sections on diets for children, lunch box ideas, fussy eaters and healthy eating for kids; which could be useful for parents.

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Young Carers, My Time Plus

This website is for young carers aged between 12 and 15 and is an opportunity for support in an informal setting.  The sessions are held at the Trix Café on Stoneleigh Broadway between 7.00am and 8.30pm on the 4thWednesday of each month.

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Cybercrime: Preventing young people from getting involved

The National Crime Agency (NCA) has launched a public awareness campaign to highlight the increasing number of young people engaging in cybercrime.

The #CyberChoices campaign targets parents of 12-15 year olds who may be involved in hacking or other kinds of online crime without their parents' knowledge. The campaign, also aimed at professionals who work with children and young people, highlights the range of criminal activities that children may be involved in, how to spot signs of potential problems, what the consequences could be and importantly, signposts better ways for young people to use their technical skills.

For further information about cybercrime, and to watch the short film produced for the campaign, visit www.nationalcrimeagency.gov.uk/news/765-campaign-targets-uk-s-youngest-cyber-criminals

For advice from the NCA on how to help young people avoid the risks of getting involved in cybercrime www.nationalcrimeagency.gov.uk/crime-threats/cyber-crime/cyber-crime-preventing-young-people-from-getting-involved


North Surrey Domestic Abuse Service website

Silver School Mental Health Award