Help and Advice
From time to time parents may feel a little worried about their child's emotional wellbeing, or not be sure about how to help their child with their worries and anxieties at home. We at Scargill have an attachment aware approach to supporting our children and their families and use the Thrive approach to support a range of children. More information about Thrive can be found within the Inclusion section on our website.
There may also be times when parents/ carers are struggling with their own mental health, physical health or a family member. They may be feeling overwhelmed and not know where to turn for support. The good news is that there is a wide variety of services/ websites and companies out there that could help. Below are some links that are worth looking at to help. More information about how school can support children and families can be found in the Inclusion part of our website, along with the Pupil Premium section.
Services from Action for Children
Action for Children - we’re on hand to support parents when you need us. Browse articles on the most common parenting questions from our experts. Or talk one-to-one with a qualified parenting coach about anything that’s worrying you.
Build Sound Minds. For support with emotional wellbeing needs contact Action for Children. There is a referral which parents can complete to request support.
Services to Support Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing
Derbyshire & Derbyshire Emotional Well Being is a portal to a wide range of other services.
Young minds offer support and advice around children's mental health. Below is a link to their informative website.
Services to Support Special Educational Needs
Derbyshire Information, Advice and Support Service for SEND provides independent information, advice and support to children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), as well as their parents and carers.
Umbrella support children and young people aged 5 to 30 with any additional needs, including physical, sensory, learning and behavioural disabilities.
National Autistic Society provides help and support to autistic people and their families.
Services to Support Bereavement
Winston’s Wish provides emotional and practical bereavement support to children, young people and those who care for them.
Child Bereavement UK Child Bereavement UK helps families to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. They support children and young people (up to the age of 25) when someone important to them has died or is not expected to live, and parents and the wider family when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying.
Services to Support Individuals with Eating Difficulties
First Steps ED work across the Midlands, providing care and support for children and their families, young people and adults affected by eating difficulties and disorder.
Services to Support Single/ Separated Parents
Gingerbread is a free service which can be used by single Mums and Dads offering practical support and advice. See the link below for further information.