Laurel Fields, Potters Bar, Herts EN6 2BA

01707 652714

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Cranborne Primary School

Learning Together

Please see Pastoral Teacher and Support Workers page for details of current SEND Parent Support Groups and Workshops

 Support agencies for parents

If you know of a child who is being neglected or abused, please report it to Children's Services on 0300 123 4043

Domestic Abuse

If you or someone you know is in need of support, please call The Domestic Abuse helpline on 08 088 088 088

You can also contact-

Herts Domestic Abuse Helpline- www.hertsdomesticabusehelpline.org

Safer Places-www.saferplaces.co.uk 

 Mental Health Support and Well-being Agencies

'Just Talk' is Hertfordshire's mental health and wellbeing campaign,involving 35 local organisations and co produced with young people. It specialises in a number of areas to support children and families who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health and wellbeing, ranging from coping with stress and anxiety, looking after your own wellbeing, healthy eating, managing conflict within the family, mindfulness, benefits of physical activity and many more.

You can use the link below to access their website and access Facebook, instagram and twitter on @JustTalkHerts  https://www.justtalkherts.org

Healthy Young Minds In Herts www.healthyyoungmindsinherts.org.uk 

0300 7770707

MIND 0203 7273600

 'As One' Mental Health Helpline 01438 843322

Childline 08001111

NSPCC 0808 8005000 or email on help@nspcc.org.uk

Bereavement Matters 01727 841841

Adolescent Drug and Alcohol Service in Hertfordshire 01992 531917

Kooth.com Free online advice for young people

Anna Freud Centre for Children and Families www.annafreud.org

Hertfordshire Family Centre

Cranborne School has close links with the Hertfordshire Family Centre. The services provided by the Family Centre have proved to be an invaluable resource to support families who have a child under the age of 5. Family Centres offer the best start in life for every child, providing a place where under 5’s can get involved in a range of both play and early learning activities. Parents, grandparents and carers can benefit from better opportunities with access to child care, family support, health services, outreach services, training and employment advice.

The Family Centre will be there to provide a range of support from information leaflets on parenting issues, drop in sessions for parents to chat and share ideas as well as parenting groups.

You can also use the link below to access their website which has more detailed information including their full programme of activities and training. 

https://www.hct.nhs.uk/children-and-families/hertfordshire-family-centres/