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HELP for Pupils, Parents & Families

Help for pupils, parents and families

Please click on the appropriate link for further information about where parents, pupils or others may be able to find further support.        

Aspirations Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Building Resilience Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Encouraging Independence Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Handling the Pressure of External Exams Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Helping Your Child Get into Good Habits Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Secondary Hobbies and Opportunities Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

How to Encourage Productive Learning Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

How to Develop Reading and Vocabulary Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

How to Support Revision/Re-visiting of Learning Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Mental Health Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Positive Relationships and Social Connections Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Relaxation Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Screen Time Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Self-care for Teenagers Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Sleep Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Social Media Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Transition into Secondary School Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Secondary Work Experience Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

PiXL Apps Parent Pamphlet (from PiXL)

Bereavement support for young people -


Information to support pupils who are self-harming (as well as other issues for young people).

Click on the following links to websites which help with issues around self-harm

Young Minds has useful information if your child is refusing to come to school:

NSPCC Netware - A guide to the social networks pupiils use. Stay up to date and keep your child safe in today's digital world
Educate Against Hate  A New Government Website on extremism, radicalisation and hate.


Derbyshire Support for pupils with disabilities and/or special educational needs
 Winston's Wish Logo Winston's Wish website - support for bereaved children.   

Derbyshire Safeguarding Children Board is a statutory body, established in accordance with the Children Act 2004 and Working Together to Safeguard Children guidance 2013. The role of the Board is to co-ordinate and monitor the effectiveness of the safeguarding work of agencies and bodies represented on the Board



Supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender children and young people and their families

Free online security advice

 internet watch foundation

Internet watch foundation
The UK Hotline for reporting criminal online content

  • Child sexual abuse content hosted anywhere in the world
  • Criminally obscene adult content hosted in the UK
  • Non-photographic child sexual abuse images hosted in the UK

Reports are confidential and can be made anonymously

 CEOP Think you know

This think you know advice site aims to make online parenting simple

Also - links for children for help with social media sites


The National Careers Service is a government organisation set up to give advice and guidance for children and young people on choices and options in preparation for the world of work.



Careers and options advice


More Careers and options advice amongst other student support


Advice and support for all children with worries and concerns


CYPH Team Contact Details   -  PDF file

 living with teenagers

Parenting courses within Derbyshire

 family lives logo

Advice and support for families - a number of issues

 Derbyshire LA logo

School admissions advice and guidance from Derbyshire

 FRANK logo

Advice on drugs


The NSPCC including advice on female genital mutilation

 Samaritans logo

Samaritans website for people who are feeling low and need support 

 anti bullying alliance logo

Anti-bullying advice website


Website protecting children from bullying and abuse

 Get connected logo

Free confidential advice for under 25 year olds

 action for children

Family mediation for families coping with separation and divorce in Buxton and Derbyshire.


 citizens advice bureau

Citizens advice bureau



Support for the older members of our community


 Lucy Faithfull Foundation logo

The Lucy Faithfull Foundation (LFF) is a UK-wide child protection charity dedicated solely to reducing the risk of children being sexually abused. We work with entire families that have been affected by sexual abuse including: adult male and female sexual abusers; young people with inappropriate sexual behaviours; victims of abuse and other family members.

 Nottingham Diocese

The Nottingham Diocese Website Homepage

If you know of any support website which would be of use to our children and families, please let us know.










St Thomas More Catholic School, Palace Fields, Buxton, SK17 6AF

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