Where to go for Support

If you have a concern about a student or family at JFS email: Safeguarding@jfs.brent.sch.uk 

Any student who needs to make a disclosure, but still feels that they cannot approach our safeguarding leads, can access help through the free NSPCC hotline established specifically to support students of who have experienced sexual abuse in educational settings.

Telephone: 0800 136 663.  The line is open:  Monday to Friday  8.00 am to 10.00 pm (including bank holidays) and Weekends 8.00 am to 6.00pm.

 

IMPORTANT ADVICE FOR PARENTS DURING CORONAVIRUS

PARENT ADVICE CLICK HERE 

PARENT GUIDE BACK TO SCHOOL BOOKLET CLICK HERE

Support Available

Suggested support services, available for advice and help, during these particularly challenging times:

  • Charlie Waller – Support students and parents looking after their mental health .charliewaller.org
  • Shout – Crisis helpline and text service. giveusashout.org
  • Kooth – Online counselling service. kooth.com
  • ChildLine – confidential support telephone service. 0800 1111
  • No Panic – Support for anxiety disorders, panic attacks, phobias and OCD. Tel; 0330 606 1174 nopanic.org.uk
  • Young Minds – Website offering support and resources to young people and parents. youngminds.org.uk
  • The Mix – Online/telephone counselling support for young people. 0808 808 4994. TEXT: 85258. themix.org.uk
  • Jami – Provides practical and emotional support for the mental health of the Jewish community. jamiuk.org
  • Samaritans – a 24hour service supporting people going through any difficulties. Free Tel: 116 123 samaritans.org
  • Jteen Support – completely confidential and anonymous text-based helpline Text:  07860 058 823 KehillaNW.org
  • Check out and follow the JFS Instagram page – @jfs_wellbeing

Additional Support Available: Support Lines Directory Jewish Community And Wider Voluntary Sector

In the event the you, or family members do need to self-isolate, these tips from our Wellbeing Practitioner may prove helpful :

 

Wellbeing Service

The School provides a Wellbeing Service at JFS to support both students and parents alike.  We are very fortunate to have the following colleagues who form part of the team:

Emotional Wellbeing Practitioner
Counsellors
Social Worker

Please click here to see further details of our Wellbeing Service and contact details of external support agencies.

Please follow our Instagram account @jfs_wellbeing, where we will be sharing thought provoking and inspirational memes and quotes relating to wellbeing.