The following links take you to the Northamptonshire County Council website and various other services.
- Free School Meals
- Child Care
- Money Matters
- Claiming Benefit
- Early Help Assessment (EHA)
- Anti Bullying
- Child Internet Safety
- NSPCC - Keeping Children Safe Online
- Child Line
- Career Connect
- Child Protection & Safeguarding of Children & Vulnerable Adults
- School Transport
- Immunisations for Young People
- Children in Employment
- Transgender Guidance
For Manor School policies please click here.
DfE Keeping Children Safe in Education KCSiE
Citizens Advice Bureau – Practical advice on basic law, financial matters and benefit. 2a High Street Wellingborough 01933 271343
Housing Advice – If you are escaping from Domestic Violence you may qualify for priority housing help
Homeless Team – 01933 231838
Northamptonshire Children's Trust - guidance on how to report a concern about a child LINK
NSPCC – Group work and therapeutic work is offered throughout the County to mothers and children who have witnessed domestic violence 0808 800 5000.
Northamptonshire Police – 101 is the new number to report crime and other concerns to Northamptonshire Police that do not require an emergency police response. You can call 101 to report a crime or incident that has already happened, to speak to your local Safer Community Team or any other officer or member of staff, to give us information about crime or criminals in your area, or to make a general enquiry.
999 should still be used in an emergency.
If you have any hearing difficulties or a speech impairment, a text phone is available on 18001 101. For the time being, if you are calling from outside Northamptonshire, you should still call 03000 111 222. This number will remain available while 101 becomes established and for callers outside England and Wales.
Anti Bullying Campaign
WHAT IS BULLYING?
Bullying is defined as behaviour by an individual or group, usually repeated over time, that intentionally hurts another individual or group either physically or emotionally. For example:
- Physical violence
- Using cruel nicknames
- Isolating someone
- Making threats
- Writing lies about someone
- Taking or hiding of property
- Spreading rumours
- Being unfriendly
HOW CAN WE STOP BULLYING?
Tell on the bullies
It’s not ‘telling tales’, it’s standing up for your rights as a person.
Ask for help
Don’t take the law into your own hands, you could make things worse and could end up getting into trouble yourself.
Good advice and support may help bullies change their ways.
Listen to the victims
A victim needs to be given time and support.
Take it seriously
All incidents will be investigated and appropriate measures taken.
Are you a bully?
If you are then you should expect to be punished and your parent/guardian informed of your behaviour.
If you have any concerns regarding bullying
- talk to your tutor
- fill in the following incident form - Click here