Contact details: 

If you have concerns about your child or you are a pupil and need to talk to someone please contact the relevant pastoral leader:

Y7: Mrs Runnegar-Clark

Email: [email protected]
01234 332275 or 07762 413440

Y9/Y10: Ms Robinson

Email: [email protected]
01234 332278 or 07377 232187

Y8/Y11: Mrs Costin-Webb:
Email: [email protected]
01234 332292 or 07783 015976

Safeguarding Policy -Extended School Closure


My child tells me they can’t log-on to school systems. Who do I contact?
Please make sure that your child has logged into ShowMyHomework correctly using their username and password or PIN provided. For further advice please contact:

Mrs Logan
Email: [email protected]
01234 332290 or 07594  249851

Google Classrooms

Please read the attached guidance documents (and see the linked video in the Guidance Document) to help you access and use Google Classrooms:

Guidance Document

Google Classroom Parent Letter


Remote learning:



Pupil support and advice: 

My child is becoming very worried and anxious. I’m concerned about their well-being. What can I do?

Speak to your child’s relevant pastoral leader for further advice (contact details provided above). In addition the following are useful sources of information:

Bedfordshire CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) –

  • CAMHS Crisis Team – 01234 310952
  • Single Point of Entry (Referrals) – 01234 310040
  • LAC and Eating Disorders Team – 01234 311136 or 01234 310670
  • Neurodevelopmental Team – 01234 310669
  • Bedford Team – 01234 310670

Managing our Mental Health & Staying Well during a Virus Outbreak

Mind have created a guide for people to advise them on ways of managing our mental health during a virus outbreak. Please see link to the guide below.

Please read Public Health England’s most recent advice to support mental health during the COVID-19 outbreak. This includes the updated Public Health England Every Mind Matters platform with specific advice on maintaining good mental wellbeing during the outbreak.

Staying safe online:

There are a number of places of support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online, including:

  • Internet matters– for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • London Grid for Learning– for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • Net-aware– for support for parents and carers from the NSPCC
  • Parent info– for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • Thinkuknow– for advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online
  • UK Safer Internet Centre– advice for parents and carers

During this time, it is important that children working online have very clear reporting routes in place so they can raise any concerns whilst online. As well as reporting routes back to school we also believe children should be aware of age-appropriate practical support from the likes of: