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Reddish Vale High School aims to create and maintain a safe learning environment where all children and adults feel safe, secure and valued and know they will be listened to and taken seriously. Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families has a role to play in safeguarding children.

If you have any concerns regarding Safeguarding, please contact Mr Perry, our Designated Safeguarding Lead.





Kooth and Qwell Webinars

Free, anonymous, digital mental health support has been commissioned by the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership and providers 'Kooth' and 'Qwell' are now available across the region for ages 10+. 

All of their services are free across Greater Manchester, safe and anonymous for the user, allowing those in need to gain instant access to the platform where they can find:

  • Live chat support from mental health professionals
  • Moderated community support
  • Self-help tools and resources

They regularly offer free webinar sessions, where you can find out more about their services. You can sign up for one of these events here


Below we have provided some useful information and external links for parents and carers to take a look at.


Your guide to the Social Networks your children use. Stay up to date and keep your child safe in todays digital world:


PACE- Parents against child sexual exploitation.
PACE works alongside parents and carers of children who are at risk of being sexually exploited by perpetrators external to the family:


Self Harm
There are many reasons why children and young people try to hurt themselves. It is important to spot signs as soon as possible and do everything we can to help:


Online Safety
The internet is amazing. Children and young people can play, learn, create and connect in a whole world of exciting possibilities. The digital world is changing all the time, the link below gives you tools and advice to help keep your children safe online:

We also have a dedicated E-Safety information page on our website:


How to talk to children about the risks of sexting, and what you can do to protect them: