Keeping Safe and Well at home

Whilst the school is closed, our duty and responsibility to safeguard our pupils remains. Our regular check ins with families needing a bit of extra help and support will continue throughout the period of school closure. Please do not feel offended if a member of school staff calls to check in with you. If you have any safeguarding concerns while the school is closed for your child or for any other pupil from the school, please contact us on:

For more information, please visit our Safeguarding page

Important policies: 

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy 2023-2024

Parents of pupils with SEND:

Should you require any further support, advice and guidance whilst school is closed, please contact Miss Boyd or Mrs Tyson via email on: 

Please state your name, contact details, name of the child/children and the nature of your enquiry.

A member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.

For more SEND infromation, please visit our SEND page. 

Support Agencies contact numbers

Culture Liverpool – SEND Parenting 


This video provides lots of ideas for supporting children during lockdown. Although it is specifically aimed at supporting neurodiverse children, there are lots of strategies that would be good for all children.

Click here. 

Barnardo’s ‘See Hear Respond’ service

See Hear Respond is a service provided across England by Barnardo’s and other national and local community-based organisations in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

The programme has been created to help children and young people in England who are experiencing harm and increased adversity during this period by providing support to those who are not being seen by social care or other key agencies.

Working with its partners, Barnardo’s aims to reduce the likelihood of harm and ensure other support and protective networks are in place using:

  • online digital support, including advice and information, online counselling and a telephone helpline
  • face to face interventions, such as support for groups at risk outside the home and one to one support
  • reintegration into education, including assessments and the delivery of support pathways back to education

See Hear Respond accept referrals from any source either through the Freephone number 0800 151 7015 and via the online referral hub.

ADHD Foundation Information:

Clinical referrals:

For General Enquiries:

For School Consortia Therapeutic Support, please email:

For Looked After Children, Virtual School & Safeguarding Queries, please email:

For Early Years or Training Services, please email:

All other Therapeutic Services:-

Tel No: 07809342592 (Tracy Dickens – Director of Therapeutic Services)


Facebook: ADHDFoundation

Twitter: @ADHDFoundation


Mental Health support for children

Tips for talking to your children about Covid-19


Daily news updates for children

Tiny Happy People

Activities for developing younger children’s language and communication

Go Noodle

Videos for physical wellbeing




Advice for personal hygiene and preventing spread of disease

Support for Sleep

KS2 Sleep PowerPoint

KS2 Sleep Worksheets

Anxiety about COVID-19

Rainbow Feelings Pack

Save the children Covid-19 pack

Save the Children – UK Covid-19 Resource

Esafety Resources


Parent Talk 

Support for parents 

Self care Summer 

Self care summer – primary

Well being

Wellbeing Booklet

Mental Health Support 

Mental Wellbeing Y1-2 Lesson PowerPoint

Y1-2 Resource 1 – Feelings Vocabulary Cards

Mental Wellbeing Y3-4 Lesson PowerPoint

Y3-4 Resource 1 – ANSWERS

Y3-4 Resource 1 – Feelings Match Up

Y3-4 Resource 2 – Body Outline

Mental Wellbeing Y5-6 – Lesson PowerPoint

Y5-6 Resource 1 – Activities for Health

Y5-6 Resource 2 – Helpful for Mental Health List


Mental Health Acts of Kindess

Being kind to yourself

Bucket of Kindness

Daily Acts of Kindness

Kindness Postcards


Information from Cobalt

Are you worried about money?

We would like to reassure our tenants that we are here for you. If you are struggling financially due to the effects of COVID-19, please don’t suffer in silence. Our welfare benefits team can help.  Please note: Our welfare benefits advice line is available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 10am-1pm.

All advice is free and impartial.

Speak to our team on0330 303 2222, and select option 3

Email the team on

Benefit Sanctions Return

As the restrictions are starting to ease please be aware that the Jobcentre are re-implementing benefit sanctions from 1st July 2020. We are encouraging our tenants to please log into your account and re-start your job seekers commitments as soon as possible.

What to do if you are affected by a benefit sanction?

Please contact our welfare benefits team urgently. We’re here to help.
Learn more

Concerned about paying your rent while self-isolating?

If you are going through financial hardship due to COVID-19 call our team on 0330 303 2222, and we will support you with some flexibility on your payments.
Has your job been affected by COVID-19?
We’re asking you to please sign up to Universal Credit as soon as possible. You can apply for Universal Credit by clicking here or call their team on 0800 328 5644.

Are you confused about your benefit entitlements? 

Turn2Us offer a free easy-to-use benefits calculator and grant search tool and you are able to check what grants you can apply for.
Learn more 

Do you need help finding a job? 

We are continuing to provide our usual employment services for our tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our community regeneration team can help you finda local job opportunity. Call our team on 0330 303 2222 or email

Free online courses for Cobalt tenants

We will fund our tenants to complete courses in health and safety, business skills and health and social care.

Learn more

Our employment and training fund

Cobalt tenants can apply for up to £500 to support them into work and training opportunities.
Learn more

Shielding or Isolating?

What you can do to help us

If you and your family are shielding or have been advised by the NHS track and trace programme to self-isolate please get in touch with us as quickly as possible on 0330 303 2222 so we can update our records.

Year 6 have you checked out the ‘Kooth’ website yet? 
Kooth is free, safe and anonymous place for young people from Year 6+ to find online support. This website has proven very popular with secondary school children, and can help support you with your wellbeing, any worries or simply to support your transition from primary to secondary school. There are a bunch of features and tools for you to use whether you are looking for advice or simply not feeling your best. Some of these features are:

Kooth (online) magazine written by young people- it is a place full of opinions, creative pieces and personal experiences, which can help the children express themselves and help others along the way.
Discussion boards– you can start or join a conversation on all sorts of things about anxiety or how to relax after a hard day.
Kooth goals– a place for you to set smart, personal goals and track your progress to meeting them
Kooth journal– your own online diary that will help you track how your mood changes as a result of what happens throughout the week.
Kooth chat and messenger– a place to chat to Kooth’s team of counsellors about anything that may be bothering you.

Click on the link below to find out more about this resource.




Further information


The Corona Virus Social Story

Primary Schools’ Wellbeing Booklet

Dave the dog – coronavirus

Supporting your child during shutdown

COVID-19 CAHMS Advice 

Online Safety

As children will be increasing their usage of electronic devices/internet, please remember we have a wealth of online safety information and resources for parents/carers and children on our Online safety page. Click here to access this.





Important Telephone Numbers

‘Many residents will be following the local and national advice around household isolation and social distancing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This advice is in place to limit the spread of the virus and keep as many people as safe and well as possible.

We know that there are vulnerable people in our communities who will be more concerned than others about the prospect of staying at home for a number of reasons, including those who have been the victims of domestic abuse such as violence or coercive and controlling behaviour.

While all public services are adapting to new ways of working during this pandemic, our message to anyone who is experiencing domestic abuse is clear: You are not alone and you don’t have to suffer in silence – we will still be here for you, no matter what.

Liverpool City Council, Merseyside Police, Local Authorities and providers of domestic abuse support across Merseyside will continue working together to maintain essential services and contacts for anyone affected by domestic abuse during the weeks and months to come.

Support will still be available by telephone, text message or online services.

Who to contact:

If you, your child or anyone in the family are at immediate risk of harm, you should contact the police urgently, CALL 999

If you are a Liverpool resident and are experiencing domestic abuse or believe someone you know is please contact support services via:  (directory of services) (Liverpool early help directory)

or call

Worst Kept Secret Helpline:  0800 028 3398

Further support can also be found at these national agencies:

Women’s Aid | |

National Domestic Violence Helpline: 0808 2000 247 (24 hours)

Refuge (includes information for men) | | 0808 200 0247 (24 hours)

The Men’s Advice Line, for male domestic abuse survivors – 0808 801 0327

National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline – 0800 999 5428

Samaritans (24/7 service) – 116 123


Other pages you may find useful: