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This webpage is here for you to use if you feel worried. Below are some links to sites that can help you. Click the images below or copy from the link column into your search bar.


If you are a pupil at RAPS who is worried and you want to send a message to someone at school, you can press the ‘CLICK HERE’ button below and type a message. When we get your message, we will try our best to understand and help you.



For extra useful resources, support and helpline details whether you are a member of staff, a child or a parent/carer click the link below or see attachment at the bottom of this page.

Coronavirus toolkit #6: resources for building resilience


Websites for young people seeking help


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Barnardo's wants to speak to children and young people, directly over the phone; to listen to you, understand your situation and make a plan with you about how they can help you.


Kooth. A website which offers free, confidential support and advice.


Childline. A website offering free, confidential support and advice to children.


Young Minds. A website that offers free, confidential support and advice about mental health and wellbeing.


The Mix. This site offers a helpline, email, live chat, telephone counselling service and crisis text line for anyone under 25 years old wanting support.


Every Mind Matters

Looking after a child or young person's mental health

Websites for parents or carers seeking help


Barnardo's wants to speak to parents and carers, directly over the phone; to listen to you, understand your situation and make a plan with you about how they can help you.


BBC SEND Parents’ Toolkit. A website with videos and clips to help parents to support children’s mental health and wellbeing.


NSPCC. A website to help keep children safe.


Young Minds. A website to support young people’s wellbeing and mental health. There is a parent helpline.


Samaritans. A website, with phone number, for those who need support.

The confidential Stop It Now! helpline is available for anyone with concerns about child sexual abuse. Callers do not need to give identifying information, so can remain anonymous.

With the help of our friendly dinosaur Pantosaurus, PANTS is a simple way to talk to your child about staying safe from sexual abuse.

Missing People is the only charity in the UK which is dedicated to bringing missing children and adults back together with their families.


The purpose of this website is to provide practical advice, support and resources to protect children from extremism and radicalisation.

This website is a one-stop shop resource centre featuring our parent guides, recommended resources for parents. 



Coronavirus Support

Guidance from the DFE regarding keeping children safe online during corona virus (Covid19).



.How to get food and other essential supplies during the coronavirus pandemic.


Covibook. For children aged seven and under to explain and draw the emotions they might be experiencing during the pandemic.


Nanogirl. Videos explaining Covid-19 and why it is important to wash our hands/ sneeze and cough into our elbows.


NPR. A comic strip to help children understand what the coronavirus is and respond to some common questions and worries they may have.


Anna Freud. Advice for young people about managing their mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus situation.


Anna Freud. Clear, simple advice to all those who are supporting children and young people - including to young people themselves.


BBC Newsbeat. Advice to cope with self-isolation.


The British Psychological Society. Coping with life in isolation and confinement.


Psychology Today. Toolbox for families during coronavirus.


NHS. Mental health helplines.


Porchlight Be You Project. Support for 8-25 year olds from the LGBT+ community and parents and carers.


Shout. Crisis support.

Text ‘Kent’ to 85258


Fegans. Free ‘parenting in a pandemic’ resources.


Kent County Council. Coronavirus service updates.


Porchlight. Find help and advice today if you face losing your job or home, or you're struggling to feed your family.

Kent County Council. Local SEND support.


National Autistic Society. Resources and advice for ASC.


Advice to parents and carers on keeping children safe from abuse and harm