Family support for wide ranging needs.
Child Adolescent Mental Health Service. Severe traits/behaviours associated with mental health and wellbeing
Advice on alcohol, drugs, health and wellbeing, housing, mental health and prison information.
1-2-1 counsellor chat service
Mental Health and Emotional Well being. Low to moderate traits/behaviours associated with mental health and wellbeing. Parents and students can self refer by following the link
Football Therapy (1:1) A referral to CHUMS must be completed to access this support.
For information on how to access early help assessment
Sexual Health and advice. This service can provide contraception/sexuality health screening and testing for pregnancy
Mental Health Support
Free, safe and anonymous support for young people accessed via this link
Healthy relationships/sexual abuse.
A place to report child abuse - if you are worried about a child, contact the helpline and speak to one of their trained counsellors for information and advice.
Monday to Friday 8am – 10pm and 9am – 6pm at the weekend. Online contact 24/7
0808 800 5000
Education on Sex, Law, Internet and Pornography.
Visit the link and sign up, enter your school email address and a secure password, enter the coupon/access code KSYP19
Supporting and empowering young people, whatever the challenges
1:1 Counselling support available at Peterborough Central Library - currently available over the telephone or via video calling
12pm until 4pm Monday - Friday
Kate Parkin is our contact for Aspire drug and alcohol service. During the Covid-19 pandemic the service is still available to you by phone or text, whichever your preferred contact may be. You are not alone #stayinstaysafe Email Kate.firstname.lastname@example.org Or hit us up on socials #POW
Text or call 07780 495317
Chat Health available for students to access support via text or phone call.
Monday – Friday 9:30am until 4:00pm
Peterborough Women's Aid aims to relieve the distress and trauma experienced by women and their children, if any, who have been affected by their domestic violent situations.
08454 103 123
Support for women and children against domestic violence. They have drop in services in Peterborough Monday10am until 3pm, Childrens Centre East, PE1 5JU or Friday 10am until 3pm at PE1 4TR.
Whatever you're going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Multilingual online and telephone support
0800 11 11
We have a link with a Safer school links PC officer. Parents/Carers can report any concerns using 101 through the above link
Christian based voluntary mentoring service. This is accessed through school.
My Time Mentoring
1:1 Mentoring service. This is accessed through school via Early Help Assessment
Targeted Youth Support Service. This is accessed through school via Early Help Assessment
Independent Advice & Guidance, Help and Support for 16 - 19 year olds, Jobsearch, Interview Skills, CV Writing, Benefits & Housing advice
Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays 1pm-4:30pm