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Saint Paul’s Catholic High School is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for children, staff and visitors and promoting a climate where children and adults will feel confident about sharing any concerns which they may have about their own safety or the well-being of others.

Our Child Protection Safeguarding Policy can be viewed by clicking Child Protection Safeguarding Policy 2020

Read more by downloading the document via the link below.

NEW Safeguarding Hub for Parents and Carers

For full details click Safeguarding Hub for Parents-Carers May 2020









For information about Victim Services and Helpline click COMMAND – GMVS – Support Leaflet for Schools (1)











WhatsApp has raised the minimum age limit of its users to 16 across Europe.

WhatsApp, which is owned by Facebook, will ask European users to confirm they are at least 16 when they are prompted to accept new terms of service and an updated privacy policy.

Safeguarding Apps











To download the document click Safeguarding apps




The Momo Challenge

You may have heard on the news about the online Momo Challenge.

The Momo Challenge is a virus spread though messaging platforms such as Whatsapp, Snapchat, Instagram or Facebook Messenger where someone will receive or be sent a number purporting to be from Momo. If they respond to this, they will be set challenges which must be photo evidenced. The challenges become increasingly dangerous and can encourage self-harm or harming others and Momo will use blackmail and intimidation such as threats to family or exposing the photos, to keep individuals participating in the challenge.

Please be vigilant with your child using social media at home.

If you have any concerns, please contact the school and speak to Diane Keary or Stella McGovern.

Please click the link below for full details:


Music-ly/ticktock/and game sites – links sent by stranger

We have received reports that those using Music-ly/ticktock/and game sites are being sent links by strangers which.lead them to sites about child suicide.

Parents/carers can get guidance from the O2 helpline about security settings, they will be able to help parents/carers prevent the links/pop ups being sent. The help line is a free service for any parents/carers (not just O2 customers) and they will give expert advice on keeping children safe online and provide step by step guides to setting up the technology to support this.

If you have any concerns, please contact the school and speak to Diane Keary or Stella McGovern.

Here is the link to the O2 /NSPCC page:

The helpline number is 0808 800 5002

Here is a link to the page which gives advice on reporting a concern about a child:

Parents can report concerns about a child or this sort of behaviour on or by calling : 0808 800 5000









To download the poster click Safeguarding team poster Sep 2020





Safeguarding and Child Protection Document

Child Protection Safeguarding Policy 2020





For useful information to support your mental health click Mental Health advice contacts and Mental Health

Additional Mental Health support document click Greater Manchester Mental health Resources

Click here to access the latest Kooth newsletter Kooth Newsletter.pptx

Look after yourself, look after your mental health – be kind to yourself and other – for further details click

One of our Year 8 pupils has completed a project looking at the Importance of Sleep – click here for details The Sleep Cycle







CAMHS Young Person’s Advisory Group (age 14-24 years)

Meet online on a weekly basis (every Wednesday 4-5pm). It’s for anyone who has an interest in technology and/or mental health.









Child Bereavement

Child Bereavement UK are offering online support for young people, especially useful is their free app called “Grief Support”. The app has been created by a group of bereaved young people working directly with Child Bereavement UK. It has been developed for 11-25-year-olds who have been bereaved of someone important to them. It can also be used by friends, teachers, parents, and professionals who would like to know how to support bereaved young people.
The app has information about:
how others can help
It includes a built-in notepad so you can write down how you are feeling and also links to Child Bereavement UK’s website where you can use search facilities to find other support organisations near you.
See link below for full details:
The latest Mental Health support documents can be downloaded here:

For day to day self-care and support click Secondary – Self-care and seeking support wellbeing guide

There is confidential support available if you have been bereaved or affected by suicide – contact the Greater Manchester Bereavement Information Service – click  SNAP

Wellbeing week challenges and activities – click Wellbeing week activities secondary

One-to-one online support from 42nd Street for details click Online Support Poster 2

It is a difficult time for all at the moment and we want to make sure that all our pupils and their families have the support they need to ensure they stay well and get through these uncertain times.To help and support or pupils and their families, we will be issuing a Mental Health and Wellbeing newsletter each month.

Please click here for the April newsletter Mental Health & Wellbeing Newsletter April

Please click here for the May newsletter Mental Health & Wellbeing Newsletter May

Please click here for the June newsletter Mental Health & Wellbeing Newsletter June