If you need help or information there is always someone to talk to here at the academy or at the end of a phone to point you in the right direction.
The counselling service at Salford City Academy supports students from all year groups and helps with a huge range of issues faced by young people including anxiety, eating disorders, coping with change, bereavement and many more problems.
There is a drop-in on Tuesday lunchtimes offering an opportunity for students who are worried about themselves or their friends to speak with the academy's counsellor, Gill Bell.
Alternatively, if you're worried about about someone and thinking counselling may help, e-mail:
Inclusion Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Useful numbers and websites
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Samaritans (lines open 24/7) Call 0300 123 6600
call 08457 90 90 90
Salford City Academy Child Protection Officers
If you have any concerns about the safety and wellbeing of yourself or others please do not hesitate to approach staff. Click on a staff members name to send them a direct email. Alternatively, you can email the team here.
Mrs Jones, Y7 Year Leader
Mrs Daniels, Y8 Year Leader
Mrs Breen, Y8 Achievement Leader
Mrs Greenhalgh, Y9 Year Leader
Mrs Dawson, SENCo
Our School Nurse is Avril Stanton. Avril offers a weekly drop-in session every Wednesday between 12.30pm - 1.30pm in the medical room which is situated on the first floor next to the staff room. This service is both accessible and confidential and available to all students who feel they have any health concerns.