During the current pandemic phase we are continuing to monitor government guidance carefully and keep you informed of any developments.
We have a dedicated email address email@example.com specifically for reporting contacts and positive cases. We particularly encourage you to use this if you have a case to report outside of school hours as it will be monitored regularly. It is essential that all parents are monitoring children carefully for Covid symptoms and if they show any one of the symptoms below, you must keep them at home and get a test. They must not leave the house until you get the result of that test.
- A high temperature
- A persistent cough
- A loss of taste or smell
For the latest Headteacher’s letters please click here.
- General Information - ICT Support
- Microsoft Teams / Office365 / Email
- Show My HomeWork
- Priestlands ICT Support
- Learning at Home guide for parents and carers
- Extension work (BBC Bitesize)
Remote learning assessment overview February – April 2021.
Year 7 Remote learning assessment overviewMathsWatch-Student-Parent-Guide.pdfMathsWatch-Student-Parent-Guide.pdfMathsWatch-Student-Parent-Guide.pdfMathsWatch-Student-Parent-Guide.pdfEmailOutlookviaOffice.pdfMathsWatch Student Parent Guide
- Does your child need to report a concern? They can speak to staff or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- NSPCC Resources
- Support for your family whilst your child is off school (Hampshire County Council website detailing changes in services during the current Covid-19 situation)
- General support for parents who feel they are struggling with family life
- Straight-talking information about drugs
- Bereavement Support
- Hampshire Healthy Families (has information for parents about Covid-19 and links to other useful resources)
- Wessex Healthier Together (general advice for children and young people)
- Solent Sexual Health Service - guidance for supporting young people
- Exercise Resources
Unloc is a Youth Mental Health & Wellbeing mini-site designed & co-created with members of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust’s Youth Board.
The site has been created with young people aged 12-21 from across Hampshire in order to produce relevant, engaging & youth focused information covering topics such as:
> Supporting Others
> Race & Mental Health
> Young Men’s Mental Health
> LGBTQ+ Mental Health
> Where to go for help - information about Hampshire & national youth mental health services all in one place
Teenagers and Parents can also get advice from CAMHS on any of these ‘common problems’ or ‘life issues’
What can I do next?
Have you looked at the relevant information and advice for the information you are looking for? Have you tried any of the self-help options? Have you accessed support from the suggested apps, websites and organisations that are listed?
If you are still not able to find the information or support you are seeking, then it might be helpful to speak to a CAMHS clinician. Please contact our Single Point of Access (SPA) number on 0300 304 0050.
Other resources regarding Mental Health:
- How to Maintain Good Mental Wellbeing During Isolation
- How to look after your family’s mental health when you’re stuck indoors
- Coronovirus and your mental health
- Young Minds Parents Helpline 0808 802 55 44 (Free confidential support for any adult worries about the health, wellbeing or behaviour of a young person. Monday to Friday 9.30am-4pm)
- Anxiety, fear and panic
- Every Mind Matters
- It's Your Choice Counselling Service (for 11-17 year olds)
- 5 steps to improve well-being
- Shout Crisis Text Line (text SHOUT to 85258 to text with a trained crisis volunteer 24/7)
- HOPE Line UK 0800 068 4141 (Telephone helpline providing support advice and information to young people and those who are worried about them. Mon-Fri 2pm-10pm, Sat and Sun 2pm - 5pm)
- Kooth - Free, safe and anonymous online support & counselling for young people
- Youthline – A registered Charity providing a free, confidential counselling service for young people attending secondary school, and young adults up to the age of 25. Tel: 0800 0961425
Follow this link for advice and support from St Giles Trust:
Head of Year Email Addresses:
Mrs Ritchie Head of Year 7 email@example.com
Mrs Haynes Head of Year 8 staff.Haynes@priestlands.hants.sch.uk
Mrs Hollowbread Head of Year 9 staff.Hollowbread@priestlands.hants.sch.uk
Mrs Wagstaff Head of Year 10 Jenny.Wagstaff@priestlands.hants.sch.uk
Mr Cable Acting Head of Year 10 staff.Cable@priestlands.hants.sch.uk
Mr Caplen Head of Year 11 staff.Caplen@priestlands.hants.sch.uk
If you do not receive a response please use the general school email address firstname.lastname@example.org
During term-time, if anything happens that you as a parent feel uncomfortable about, please phone the school on 01590 677033 and ask to speak to someone on a Child Protection matter. Alternatively please email email@example.com. However, please note this email address is not monitored during school holiday periods.
At Priestlands, Richard Glenny, Deputy Headteacher, is the Designated Safeguarding Lead [DSL] and Kerrie McAdam, Assistant Headteacher, is the Deputy DSL.
If ever you have a concern about a member of staff working with children (in either a paid or voluntary capacity) you can report it to the Local Area Designated Officer (LADO) on 01962 876364
The Hampshire Children’s Services number for members of the public to use if they are concerned about the welfare/safety of a child is: 0300 555 1384
In an emergency, if you believe someone is in danger or at immediate risk of harm, phone the Police on 999 [101 in non-emergencies].