Parent & Carer Support
This section provides sources of advice and guidance. If you have any questions or require further help please use the ‘I still have a question’ box
Staying safe on the internet
The use of technology has become a significant component of many safeguarding issues. Child sexual exploitation; radicalisation; sexual predation: technology often provides the platform that facilitates harm.
Safeguarding & Staying Safe
Your child’s welfare is of paramount importance. Our school will establish and maintain an ethos where pupils feel secure, are encouraged to talk, are listened to and are safe. Children at our school will be able to talk freely to any member of staff if they are worried or concerned about something.
At RCS, we treat bullying as a very serious issue because we recognise the significant damage that bullying can do if not challenged and dealt with quickly. We urge all of our students to report bullying straight away and our students are aware that bullying will not be tolerated.
At RCS children are taught to value difference and diversity and that we are all treated equally. This is because we want every child to feel comfortable with who they are regardless of gender, ability, race, religion or sexuality.
As a school, our aim is to educate young people to enable them to make informed decisions around the wide variety of substances in society that they may come across.
Emotional Health and Wellbeing creates the foundations for healthy behaviours and educational attainment. We look at self-esteem, different approaches to managing feelings, and mental health. Our aim is to assist young people in the development of emotional resilience.
Support for Parents & Students
RCS CHAT is our Student Health and Well-being Advice Service, offered to our students in partnership with Youth Support from Early Help. This service provides advice and guidance for all health related matters and is available to students every Thursday after school.
Support, prevention and early intervention for children and families.
Our Early Help Team provides intense, focused support when problems first emerge. The right Early Help services at the right time can reduce or prevent specific problems from getting worse
Still have a question?
If you feel that your question is not answered or you want further help please click this button above to access a simple form. A member of staff will then be in touch to advise, support or address your concerns.
In Case of Emergency
IF YOUR CHILD IS IN IMMEDIATE DANGER – CONTACT 999
If the danger is not immediate but you are worried then contact Rotherham Children’s Social Care Services to report your concerns.
For non-emergencies call the Police on 101
SAFEGUARDING CONTACTS IN SCHOOL
Phone the school on 01709 710672 and ask for the SPM linked to your child’s year group: