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Staying Connected – Keeping Safe

Whilst our school has to close to you for normal classes, it’s really important to us you still feel that you have someone to talk to and that you feel safe. Although teachers might not be in the school building, they are still working, and so, there are still ways for you to keep in touch. Below are some useful contacts and other things to think about.

Staying in Touch with School

Pupils should know their own GLOW email address. If you have forgotten your password (or email address), we can reset it for you – Just call the school office.

 In Secondary, pupils should ensure they check their Glow email and Teams/Show My Homework App regularly. In Primary, parents should access DoJo.


For Queries relating to individual subject/class work being set please contact the teachers directly via DoJo or SMHW/Teams/email.


For any other concerns regards wellbeing or other difficulties please contact the relevant Named Person as follows;

Mrs Brown (Primary Pupil Safeguarding concerns) –

Mrs Candlish (Secondary Pupil Safeguarding concerns) –

Mrs Ayling (S1) –

Mrs Drife (S2&3) –

Mrs Allison (S4/5/6) –


If you do not have access to emails then the school office will be able to take your call and inform the relevant person to contact you. Telephone lines are open during school hours only as normal.



If you feel worried or unsafe, here are some people you can speak to


Childline – 0800 1111 online chat to ChildLine options



Cool2Talk website where young people aged 12 years and over can post questions relating to sexual health/sexuality and receive an answer within 24hours.



The Samaritans call 116 123 (this is free – you do not need any credit in your phone. Website:  The samaritans 



Police 101 or in an emergency 999



Social Work 030 33 33 3000


In addition please check our school Facebook and ‘Remote Learning’ section on our website page for additional information re other services available and how to contact them e.g Youth Work Services, Speech and Language etc.

If you have your own Social Worker, make sure that you know how to contact them. If you don’t know, your named person will help you find out.