Advice & Support

How to support your child during the CoronaVirus

Mental Health - A Parent's Guide

School Nurse Information

Preventing Tragedies website:

Let’s talk about it

Educate Against Hate

Prevent Strategy

Prevent Duty (Revised 16th July 2015)

Space Leaflet

Eat Well Spend Less Project

Food for the Brain

Autism Berkshire

Parent Information Service

Berkshire Healthcare Foundation Trust is aware that an email, questioning the safety of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine has been circulated to some local authorities and secondary schools. Extensive reviews of HPV vaccine have concluded that the vaccine has an excellent safety record and does not cause a range of chronic illnesses. The HPV vaccine for girls aged 11 to 13 years helps protect against cervical cancer. Almost all UK women under 25 and millions of girls worldwide have received the vaccine. There is already evidence from Australia, Denmark, Scotland and England that the vaccine is making a difference. There has been a large drop in the rates of infection with the two main cancer-causing HPV types and the vaccine is already demonstrating longer term protection. We expect it to eventually prevent hundreds of cancer deaths every year in the UK.

Further information on HPV vaccine is available at:

Many Thanks

Charlotte Church

Service Lead for the School Aged Immunisation Team and the Health Inequalities Project

Future Helpline

Forced Marriage Poster (1)

Forced Marriage Poster (2)

Wildfire Information


Gangs and the signs

Criminal Exploitation


Child Sexual Exploitation - Parent Awareness Sessions

CSE Parenting Awareness - Citizen Paper

Drowning Prevention

Jubilee River Safety

Need someone to contact over the holidays - click here for more information

Screen time advice for kids - Effects of screen time - Internet Matters


This week’s update bulletin focusses on coronavirus, school closure and self-isolation with links to services and sources of support for pupils, parents and staff.