HUB Support (Helping Undo Barriers)
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The Helping Undo Barriers (HUB) Team consists of:
- The HUB Lead and Child Protection Officer
- Pastoral Manager
- Wellbeing Co-ordinator
- School Councillors
- Lead SLT representatives overseeing both behaviour, safeguarding and wellbeing.
The team meet regularly to discuss students’ needs and make referrals both inside and outside agencies if required.
All referrals can be made through your daughters Head of Year.
The HUB team also provide a number of interventions across the school year ensuring that students resilience and confidence are promoted through a well organised programme.
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Where to get further support
If you are worried about your or your child or young person’s symptoms, visit the NHS self-isolation advice website for information. If you are still worried, call NHS 111.
If you are worried about your child or young person’s mental health, seek help from a professional. You may have services attached to your child or young person’s school or college who can help. You could also contact your GP, or look up information on children and young people’s mental health services on your local CCG website or on the NHS website.
If a young person between the age of 11-19 olds, live or attend a school in Hounslow you can now contact the ChatHealth team in Hounslow. This is a secure service delivered by Hounslow School Nurses to support you if you are worried about any aspect of your health or if you are feeling stressed or worried about other issues going on in your life.
To get support all you need to do is send a text to 07507 333 176 and a member of the NHS school nursing team will get back to you within 24 hours from 9am to 4.30pm from Monday to Friday.
In a medical emergency, call 999. This phone line should be used when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk. A mental health emergency should be taken as seriously as a physical health emergency. For more advice on where to get support for a mental health crisis, please see this NHS page.
Helplines and websites for children and or young person
If a child or young person would like to speak to someone anonymously, they could try calling a helpline or visiting websites such as ChildLine and The Mix.
Shout provides free, confidential support, 24/7 via text for anyone at crisis anytime, anywhere.
- text SHOUT to 85258 in the UK to text with a trained Crisis Volunteer
- text with someone who is trained and will provide active listening and collaborative problem-solving
- ChildLine provides a confidential telephone counselling service for any child with a problem. It comforts, advises and protects.
The Mix provides a free confidential telephone helpline and online service that aims to find young people the best help, whatever the problem.