If you have concerns or queries regarding e-safety, bullying or student welfare, please contact the relevant Year Office at the school. (Note that the school's designated member of staff for child protection is Jon Wilburn, Deputy Headteacher.) For further information regarding safeguarding, please explore the links below.

E-Safety Policy

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

The De Curci Trust Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Leaflet - 'Wellbeing Support for Pupils'

Mental Health Support for Young People (SEMH) (Portsmouth City Council)

The Dangers of Vaping

For anyone aged 16 and over, the Portsmouth Mental Health Hub is a free mental health phoneline, helping Portsmouth residents find the right support for them. You can call 0300 123 6621 8am-6pm Monday to Friday or visit www.mentalhealthinportsmouth.co.uk

Young Minds

Support for young people who may be struggling with their mental health following the pandemic.



Portsmouth based counselling support 11-18 year olds

Contact: 02392 827026 

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An online ‘mental wellbeing community’ with an ‘App’



Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.


Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families

Mental health charity for children and families


Child Protection


Female Genital Mutilation - Help and Advice

Forced Marriage Advice

Keeping Children Safe Online (NSPCC)


NSPCC Report Abuse in Education Helpline

Portsmouth Safeguarding Children Partnership


CEOP Command

CEOP Parent Info

CEOP's ThinkUKnow


Internet Matters

Internet Watch Foundation 

National Crime Agency Letter about Sexual Extortion

Talking To Your Child About Online Sexual Harrassment Guide

Top Tips for Staying Safe Online 

UK Safer Internet Agenda

The Prevent Agenda - Protecting Children from Radicalisation

Educate Against Hate

NSPCC Protecting Children from Radicalisation 

The Prevent Duty

Childline - Worries about the World