Learner Welfare at NCEA

Within all Trust schools, we aim to create an environment where children feel secure, valued and are encouraged to talk in the knowledge that they will be listened to.

NCEAT also work in partnership with the NHS and Youth Service, and host drop in sessions regularly within all campuses. We can also provide signposting and information about a wide range of support services available in the local area.

Early Help staff are able to provide support to find a way to deal with any worries and concerns you may have and offer friendly, non-judgmental support and advice on a range of issues such as:

  • Access to parenting programmes
  • Family issues such as bereavement, separation, financial worries etc
  • Advice regarding domestic violence
  • Opportunities to learn as a family
  • Medical Concerns
  • Information on Child Development
  • Information about your child’s learning
  • Attendance and punctuality
  • Support to manage your child’s behaviour

In 2012, All NCEAT schools became Stonewall Champions, recognising that we provide a safe and inclusive learning environment for all children and young people and we actively challenge homophobic bullying and celebrate difference in all our learners.

If you feel you would like support or advice or would like more information, please get in touch directly with your child’s school designated safeguarding lead (DSL).

Useful information:  Do you need someone to listen?

NCPCC/Childline:  0800 11 11; http://www.childline.org.uk

Samaritans:  116 123; http://www.samaritans.org

Cruse: 0808 8081677; http://www.cruse.org.uk