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Useful contacts- support and specialist agencies

Martin Byron (Assistant Headteacher for Inclusion & SEN) - Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator 
01274 735298

Bradford Social Services for children    01274 435600            

The Passenger Transport Service (PTS) are responsible for the transportation of special needs and vulnerable children.                                                             01274 436692

Winston's Wish- We support children, young people and their families after the death of a parent or sibling.
                                  08088 020 021              

ESCAYP-  Counselling & Therapeutic Play for Children & Young People aged 3-21 years.
                                        01274 878117           

mind- mental health support, guidance and information.

CAMHS- Our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) help children and young people in the local area who may be having problems. They may be very upset or very angry, they may be behaving in unusual ways, or their family or carers, friends or teachers may be very worried about them. CAMHS supports children and young people from pre-school years up to 16 years of age where there are severe and long standing concerns about emotional well-being and behaviours.                                      
  • Fieldhead in Bradford. Telephone: 01274 723 241               
  • Hillbrook in Keighley. Telephone: 01535 661 531
First response- Our First Response service offers support 24 hours a day, seven days a week to people of all ages living in Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale or Craven experiencing a mental health crisis.
                                    01274 221181   
Useful contacts- keeping children safe advice on online safety specialist helpline for schools, colleges, parents and carers Support for parents on how to keep their children safe online Practical advice for parents on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation NSPCC advice for parents