Information​​​​​​​​ ​Organisation ​Website Link
​Your guide to the social networks that your children use. ​NSPCC Click Here
Information about HPV vaccine given to Year 8 girls​. NHS Immunisation​​ Click Here
National charity providing help and support in all aspects of family life​. Family Lives​ Click Here
Internet safety and other aspects of child exploitation. Child Exploitation & Online Protection​ Click Here
Help and advice on all aspects of parenting​. BBC Health​ Click Here
Free downloadable leaflets for families about how to raise emotionally stable children​. Understanding Childhood​ Click Here
Friendly, confidential advice about smoking, drugs and alcohol, and what to do if you are worried about substance misuse​. Talk To Frank Click Here
Provides information and advice on mental health issues for young people, including information on exam stress. Young Minds​ Click Here
Reliable information on a range of bullying issues​. Bullying UK Click Here
Advice on how to speak to children about puberty, sex and relationships. Family Planning Association​ Click Here
NHS tool that offers confidential, anonymous advice based on personal information inputted by you, the site signposts to relevant, reliable websites covering various aspects of physical and emotional health. Teen Life Check​​ Click Here
Articles and videos about healthy eating, weight loss and eating disorders​. NHS Live Well​ Click Here
How to apply for free school meals for your child​. Further information can be found in the Transparency Notice. Wakefield Council​ Click Here
Information on keeping your child safe from child sexual exploitation​. PACE Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation​ Click Here
Safeguarding Children Board. ​Wakefield Safeguarding Children Partnership Click Here
​Parent information is a new free service for schools. Here you will find a collection of articles, tips, expert advice and resources designed to help parents keep up with what their children are doing online. ​ParentInfo ​Click Here
Practical advice on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation. HM Government ​Click Here

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