Useful Links

Sexual Abuse Helpline

Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) has been made a statutory part of the new curriculum for all learners between the ages of 3 and 16. RSE will set out that Learners ‘need to recognise when relationships are unhealthy and need to be aware of how to keep safe, and seek support for themselves and others’.

The Live Fear Free helpline is a free, 24/7 service for all victims and survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence and those close to them, including family, friends and colleagues. It has remained open, offering a full service while Coronavirus restrictions are in place. Information on keeping safe throughout the Coronavirus outbreak is available on our Live Fear Free website.

Are you a parent carer in Wales struggling to cope with your child’s behaviour?

Challenging Behaviour Support (CBS) is a parent-led Community Interest Company providing early intervention and long-term support for parent carers of children with challenging behaviour.

No diagnosis is needed to access support, which is inclusive of all additional needs such as: Autism Spectrum Disorder; Attention Defect Hyperactivity Disorder; Learning difficulties; Anxiety and other mental health conditions.

http://challengingbehavioursupport.org.uk/

Live Fear Free Helpline

Providing help and advice about violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence

If you, a family member a friend, or someone you are concerned about has experienced domestic abuse or sexual violence, you can contact the Live Fear Free Helpline 24 hours a day 7 days a week, for free advice and support or to talk through your options.

Get in touch with Live Fear Free advisors free of charge by phone, online chat, text or email.

https://gov.wales/live-fear-free

Prevent

How does the Prevent strategy apply to schools?

All schools have a duty to safeguard children from radicalisation and extremism.

This means we have a responsibility to protect children from extremist and violent views the same way we protect them from drugs or gang violence.

The Prevent strategy is not just about discussing extremism itself, which may not be appropriate for younger children. However, it is about teaching children values such as tolerance and mutual respect.

Importantly, we can provide a safe place for pupils to discuss any issues so they better understand how to protect themselves.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/prevent-duty-guidance

https://educateagainsthate.com/