Colleges of Further Education
Please find below a list off colleges of further education
Hugh Baird College – https://www.hughbaird.ac.uk/
Myerscough College – https://www.myerscough.ac.uk/
Preston College – https://www.preston.ac.uk/
Runshaw College – https://www.runshaw.ac.uk/
Southport College – https://www.southport.ac.uk/
The City of Liverpool College – https://www.liv-coll.ac.uk/
West Lancashire College – http://www.westlancs.ac.uk/
Wigan and Leigh College – https://www.wigan-leigh.ac.uk/
Winstanley College – http://www.winstanley.ac.uk/
Mental Health Support
Action for Happiness: A not-for-profit organisation providing resources and evidenced based ideas for actions we can take to help reduce and prevent mental ill health – personally, in the community and workplaces.
Anna Freud Centre (0207 794 2313): A children’s mental health charity providing specialist help, research and training for children, families and schools.
Charlie Waller Memorial Trust: Awareness, information and resources for young people who are depressed.
Heads Together: A campaign to end mental health stigma spearheaded by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
Mental Health Foundation: UK Charity dedicated to finding and addressing the sources of mental health.
Children’s Social Care and Early Help Support
Children and Family Wellbeing Service: The Children and Family Wellbeing Service, previously children’s centres and Young People’s Service, provide services to help with parenting and other support you may need. https://www.lancashire.gov.uk/children-education-families/early-years-childcare-and-family-support/family-support/children-and-family-wellbeing-service/
Lancashire County Council Safeguarding Children Board – https://www.lancashire.gov.uk/children-education-families/keeping-children-safe/tell-us-if-you-are-worried-about-a-child/
Barnardo’s: A leading children’s Charity which provides services, research and guidance on a range of things including children’s well being, child poverty, sexual exploitation, disability and domestic violence.
Childline (0800 11 11): Counselling service for parents, children and young people offering free and confidential advice. Also offers multilingual services.
Family Links: Offers programmes for parents of children from 9 months to 18 years providing information on leading emotionally health lives, building resilience and empathy, self-esteem. Specialist programmes include parenting with Islamic Values, working with parents in prison and working with parents of children with a disability.
Kooth: Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people. https://www.kooth.com/
Lancashire Adult Learning: Access to further learning to support your child’s learning and progress your own learning and career. Includes courses in Functional English and Maths. https://www.lal.ac.uk/
Literacy/Numeracy: If you would like further advice on extending your child’s literacy and numeracy skills or developing your own skills please contact Mrs Allred at School.
The Mix (0808 808 4994): A leading digital service on a range of issues impacting on young children’s well being including money, homelessness, employment, relationships and drugs.
Parent Support Group