COVID 19: Contact Information & Support
In line with the latest Government advice, Stafford Manor High School remains closed for the majority of pupils until further notice. However from Monday 15th June we will be inviting Year 10 and 12 pupils back to school for some 'face to face' support to supplement their home learning. We are also open to children of key workers and vulnerable children (as identified by the DfE). We are proud to support NHS workers and emergency frontline services, as well as all other key workers.
We have updated our Behaviour Policy and introduced an annex to our Safeguarding Policy given the current circumstances.
How to get in touch with us
Should you require any help or assistance then you can contact us by phone via the main school office between 8.30am and 3.15pm on school days. We have a ‘skeleton staff’ in school at present so please be patient should there be a delay in answering the phone.
Main School Phone: 01785 258383 Main School Email:
Subject Support Emails: During term time opening hours, parents and students can also use the following email addresses to get help and support with work:
Geography, History, HSC, SEL, Phil and Eth
Art, DT, Performing Arts
Safeguarding: Whilst the school may be shut for the vast majority of students, the school and its staff will ensure that all safeguarding procedures are in place and that communication between home and school can and will take place.
Should you have a safeguarding concern/query you can direct this preferably by email to:
Mr Manfredi: email@example.com
Mrs Bradbury: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Lycett: email@example.com
External Support: There are a range of services external to school that can also help if you are concerned.
Staffordshire First Response – 0800 1313 126
First Response is a county-wide telephone and web enquiry service for all children who:
Live in Staffordshire.
Are aged from pre-birth to 18 years old.
Do not currently have an allocated worker.
Have you got a serious concern about the safety of a child or young person up to the age of 18?
Do you think a child or young person is being harmed or is at risk of being harmed?
Are you worried that a child is living in circumstances where they are treated badly and not cared for properly?
If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions and you don’t believe that the child or young person is being supported by an allocated worker, please contact the First Response Service immediately.
If you believe the child to be at risk of immediate harm, this must be reported to the police on 999 or 101.
The NSPCC website (https://www.nspcc.org.uk/) provides lots of information and advice about keeping children safe. The NSPCC helpline number is 0808 800 5000
Child Line can be contacted on 0800 1111. If your child is worried or needs support, they can receive advice and support from Childline or download the ‘For Me’ app
Whilst there are huge benefits to being online in order to complete work and stay connected to family and friends during this period, we recognise many parents may feel concerned about the activities and content their children are accessing. It is important to have regular conversations about staying safe online and to encourage children to speak to you if they come across something worrying online.
These resources provide guidance for parents and carers to keep children safe online. They will, amongst other things, support you to talk to your child about a range of online safety issues, set up home filtering in a child-friendly way and set up age-appropriate parental controls on digital devices:
Thinkyouknow by National Crime Agency-CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) provides resources for parents and carers and children of all ages to help keep children safe online
Parent info is a collaboration between Parent Zone and NCA-CEOP, providing support and guidance for parents and carers related to the digital world from leading experts and organisations
NSPCC has guidance for parents and carers to help keep children safe online
UK Safer Internet Centre provides tips and advice for parents and carers to keep children safe online
Childnet offers a toolkit to support parents and carers of children of any age to start discussions about their online life, to set boundaries around online behaviour and technology use, and to find out where to get more help and support
Internet matters provides age-specific online safety checklists, guides on how to set parental controls on a range of devices, and a host of practical tips to help children get the most out of their digital world
London Grid for Learning has support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online, including tips to keep primary aged children safe online
Net-aware has support for parents and carers from the NSPCC, including a guide to social networks, apps and games
Let’s Talk About It has advice for parents and carers to keep children safe from online radicalisation
If you are concerned about harmful or upsetting content online you can get support by:
reporting harmful online content to the UK Safer Internet Centre
getting government advice and trusted resources from Educate Against Hate on safeguarding from radicalisation, building resilience to extremism, and promoting shared values
If you are concerned about bullying or abuse online you can:
get advice on reporting online abuse from the National Crime Agency’s Child Exploitation and Online Protection command
get advice and support from Anti-Bullying Alliance for children who are being bullied
The NCA's CEOP Command (formerly the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) works with child protection partners across the UK and overseas to identify the main threats to children and coordinates activity against these threats to bring offenders to account. They protect children from harm online and offline, directly through NCA led operations and in partnership with local and international agencies.
Click the link to find out more or make a report: https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/
Social connections, alongside exercise, sleep, diet and routine, are important protective factors for mental health. Social isolation, reduced exercise and bereavement may affect children’s wellbeing in this period. Resources to promote and support children and young people’s mental wellbeing include:
MindEd educational resources for adults about children and young people’s mental health which is relevant for parents and carers as well as volunteers, teachers, and other professionals working with children
Every Mind Matters platform which supports looking after your own and other’s mental health · guidance on looking after wellbeing and mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
Further resources and advice for support your family’s wellbeing while children are at home can be found in the ‘Wellbeing and Family Support’ section, on the drop down list below COVID-19.