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Support People at School

If you are worried that someone is going to hurt you or you hear that another person at school is going to get hurt it is important that you tell someone.

If any of the following occur to you, you need to seek help:

It is important that you tell an adult straight away to avoid anyone getting hurt. If you are worried that by telling someone you are at risk of getting hurt yourself let the person know your concerns as they need to make sure any actions they take don't affect your safety.

Teachers, Heads of Departments and Principals are all there to help you. There are also a number of specialist support staff available in schools who are there to help and your school may be visited by some or all of these people including:

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