On this page you will find information and resources which can offer support with regards to issues relating to your safety. If you would like more support in relation to anything that you have seen in this section of the website, please see your Review Tutor, a member of the Achievement Coordinator team, or any member of staff to whom you feel comfortable talking.
Advice on what to do if you are trying to stop a forced marriage or you need help leaving a marriage you’ve been forced into.
An excellent source of information about forced marriage. The help line which is open from 9.00am to 5.00pm is 0800 5999 247.
Women’s Aid is a charity which supports women and their families whose lives have been affected by domestic violence. 24 Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline is available on 0808 2000 247.
Child Sexual Exploitation
Website for teenagers which provides information on the dangers of grooming and sexual exploitation.
This website provides useful guidance and support on issues such as e-safety, sexting, sexual exploitation, domestic violence, sexuality, relationships, online friendships, online grooming, posting self-images online, online gambling and youth mental health issues.
Provides advice for 11 to 18 year olds on a range of internet safety aspects including downloading, sexting, social networking and gaming.
Sex and Relationships
A website which gives information about healthy relationships. It includes information on consent and keeping safe.
Information on sexual health services in Birmingham.
Stonewall Youth’s mission is to let all lesbian, gay, trans, bi and those who are questioning know that they are not alone.
A website which contains information about drugs which is useful for students, parents and staff.
A local service which helps people overcome the harms caused by alcohol, drugs and gambling. Aquarius works closely with individuals and families.
Protecting from Extremism and Radicalisation
Let’s Talk About It is an initiative designed to provide practical help and guidance in order to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.
Barnardo’s Wud U?Wud U? is a free educational tool that aims to show young people the behaviours that could put them at risk of being sexually exploited through illustrated, interactive stories.