Support for Children and Families

Early Help

We are here to help you! Early Help is an additional support which is offered to all of our pupils and families. As a School, we work alongside our local Morley cluster to provide a variety of services for our families who may be facing various difficulties.

The purpose of Early Help is to support the well-being of children and families by tackling emerging needs at the earliest opportunity and prevent them from getting worse. This means working with you to identify any support you may need and gain access to additional services that can promote positive outcomes.

Effective Early Help may be delivered at any point in your child’s life about any issue which is impacting or could affect their development and well-being, including education and health.

If you would like to seek further information, please speak to a member of our Safeguarding Team within School.

Financial Support

Leeds Money Information Centre :

•       Includes details of where and how to access free, independent and confidential advice and support

•       Aimed at both the public and referral staff

•       All information reflects the current situation and is updated regularly

Money Buddies:

  •          Tel No: 0113 2350276
  •          Email :
  •          Facebook: virtualmoneybuddy

Local Welfare Support Scheme/ Welfare Rights:

  •         Tel No: 0113 3760336 / 0113 3760452
  •         Email:         
  •         Opening hours: Mon – Thurs 9.00 – 4.30, Wed 10.15 – 4.30, Fri 9 – 4

Credit Union:

  •          Leeds City Branch: 32 Kirkgate, Leeds, LS2 7DR
  •          Opening times: Mon – Fri 9 – 4
  •          Tel No: 0113 2423343

Citizens Advice Bureau:

  •          Tel No: 08082787878

National Debtline:

  •          Tel No: 08088084000

Domestic Abuse

Leeds has a range of agencies to support families experiencing domestic abuse. Please visit the links below for more information: Domestic abuse support on My Support Space


Operation Encompass

As part of our work to support children affected by domestic abuse, we work closely with our local police force. “Operation Encompass” involves police notifying schools when one of their pupils has been present at an incident of domestic abuse where the police have attended. This notification will be done the following morning- ideally before the start of the school day. The purpose of the notification is to provide information to schools so that they can support the pupil the next day in whatever way is appropriate. At our school, this will involve checking in with the child and monitoring their well-being. In addition, we will always follow our normal safeguarding procedures in these cases.

For more information, visit the Operation Encompass website:


Victim Support

If you have been a victim of any crime and need support, please refer to the information below.


Health and Well-being

We think that managing and supporting the well-being of everyone, including adults, is crucial to the success of our school. This underpins our philosophy and our daily practices. We want to support everyone by providing as much guidance as possible and hope that the links below are useful.


Guidance to Share with Children Guide to anxiety Health for Kids website Well-being booklet Key Stage One Well-being booklet Key Stage Two


Guidance for Parents and Carers Young Minds Support for Parents/Carers MIND Support for Parents/Carers NHS Every Mind Matters Headstogether Support for Parents/Carers Samaritans Support for Parents/Carers Questions You Could Ask Your Child




Help Lines/ Support

Childline -   [0800 1111]