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Somerset Phoenix is a small service provided by Barnardo's and Somerset & Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support (SARSAS). Providing support, training, consultation, and signposting to professionals supporting children, young people and families affected by child sexual abuse (CSA). We are a small team covering the whole of Somerset. We are not a referral service or a crisis service. If you need crisis intervention, refer to the useful links page.
Tel: 01460 270123 Fax: 01460 270124
Keep Safe (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keep safe is a new area on our website to signpost students and parents to support services in and out of school from a variety of services for numerous issues.
We also have an e-mail address (email@example.com) for students and parents to inform members of the Safeguarding Team if they have any safeguarding or well-being concerns.
This area will be updated termly with new resources and information to support the ever-changing needs of the young people at Wadham.
Useful Resources - click on the title to access
Mobile Phone Apps - a useful list of mobile phone apps for all aspects of safeguarding
SHARE - Stay Home Stay Safe - useful advice
Daily Planner - a useful resource from SHARE to structure each day
Coronavirus Help - if you or someone you know would benefit from some help during the COVID-19 pandemic then please telephone 01460 77489 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. They would like to support people by offering to have regular telephone contact or offering to do shopping. If you want to volunteer to help please contact them as well.
NSPCC launches campaign to help children exposed to harm under the lockdown
With growing concern for the safety of some children during the coronavirus crisis, the NSPCC wants more people to know how to get advice and support and where to raise concerns about a child’s wellbeing.
Today, the NSPCC is launching a new campaign across the UK to promote its free and confidential helpline for adults. The Government is also providing NSPCC with £1.6 million to expand and promote their adult helpline in order to further protect children from harm.
The NSPCC helpline can be reached 24 hours a day by email at email@example.com or through its online reporting form. Its team of experts can also be called Monday to Friday 8 am-10 pm or 9 am-6 pm at the weekends on 0808 8005000.