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Abbie Eland, Head of The BaSS  (Behaviour and Student Support) and a member of the school Safeguarding Team, leads this initiative. The main purpose is to create an extra level of pastoral support for children and families by offering effective strategies, support groups, training sessions/presentations and an opportunity to talk to other parents who have had/are currently experiencing similar challenges. We also hope to empower parents, encourage open and honest communications and strengthen the home school link.

We will keep events posted on this page (links to events will be emailed directly to parents) and where possible, we will upload recordings of the presentations which can be accessed below.  Due to the current climate, our events will be held online until further notice.

To help make this initiative successful, parental involvement and feedback on events will be very much appreciated.


Recent PwP events

PwP Online Safety presentation with Mr Lea - https://youtu.be/9CZGtZlEjnM


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Let's all talk mental health
Free parental webinar sessions available

www.letsalltalkmentalhealth.co.uk – to access more information and a short introductory video

www.letsalltalkmentalhealth.co.uk/webinars - to access and register for the webinars coming up this month.


Next St Bede's PwP event

Monday 8 November - Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation, Drug and alcohol awareness workshops/information for parents and carers.

90 minutes session - 75 minutes of presentation by two speakers followed by around 10-15 minutes Q&A. 

They include polls and Q&A to increase engagement (interactive).

Sessions are recorded and shared with school.

Followed by an information leaflet covering the key messages and where to go for more information.


A message from Narconon Drug Prevention and Education

Young people need a clear message to 'WHY' drugs can be so harmful. There are far better ways to resolve problems or enjoy oneself without the effects...

Deaths from drug abuse are up in the UK by 16%, its highest ever. The mental health effects of marijuana on teenagers is of particular concern. https://www.cannabisskunksense.co.uk/the-facts/what-you-need-to-know.


Mental health crisis line

If you would like any further safeguarding information - please go to Information > Safeguarding

For useful websites, some of which have been mentioned during Partnership with Parents sessions, please go to Partnership with Parents useful links.

Partnership with Parents documents Date  
Support agencies available 2021 1st Sep 2021 Download