Help is always available at HWSF, you just need to let someone know that you need it.
Who should you speak to?
Your form tutor
Your Head of House
Any member of staff you have a good relationship with
Any member of the Senior Team (Ms Scott, Mr Grant, Mr Johnson, Ms Neal, Ms White, Mr Handscombe)
A member of the Senate who can pass on your concerns
State of Mind (student wellbeing society)
If you find it hard to approach someone, we also have our online tool which means a member of staff will approach you instead of you having to do the approaching. QR codes are on the posters in school, or you can ask for help here.
If you urgently need help and for some reason help in school isn't an option (for example, it's the vacation), please contact one of:
- Your GP or practice nurse
- Childline (0800 1111)
- Women's Aid (https://chat.womensaid.org.uk/)
- Victim Support (0808 1689 111)
- The Survivors Trust (0808 8010 818)
- Survivors UK (for male victims of sexual assault) (07491 816 064 - whatsapp chat)
- National Domestic Abuse helpline (0808 2000 247)
- Rape Crisis (0808 802 9999)
- The police or dial 111
- Hopeline (0800 068 4141)