There is lots of help and support available for parents/carers, children and young people. Below are a selection of these. If you would like further information but cannot find this, please do ask your child’s key worker or the head of key stage/school.

Home to School Transport

Apply Free School Meals

Emotional Mental Health and Wellbeing

Provided by the Schools Wellbeing Service

01273 293331 from 10am to 3pm Mon, Tue, Thurs

This phone line will put parents, carers and professionals in touch with a primary mental health worker who will provide advice and guidance on children and young people’s emotional mental health and wellbeing. Professionals will need parental consent to discuss a named young person under 16, or can seek general advice.

For any crisis or urgent concerns please call:

Specialist CAMHS:                     0300 304 0061 (office hours)  

Sussex Mental Health Line:       0300 5000 101 (out of hours: 5pm-9am, weekends, bank holidays)

Website Links. Just click on the links below.

If you are worried or concerned about your mental health or wellbeing or that of a friend Find Get Give has resources to help. From books, to apps, to videos, it provides you with details of local services. Check it out.

Texting and Apps

  • The Mix provides support to under 25s – from mental health to money, from homelessness to finding a job, from break-ups to drugs. Young people can get in touch and access support online, via social media or via the free, confidential helpline
  • Young Minds Crisis Messenger text YM to85258
  • Apps: Calm Harm, Smiling Mind, Stay Alive, Anti Stress

Please click on links below for more information on some of the services that we are involved with:

Allsorts Youth Project

Apprenticeships in Brighton and Hove

Bullying UK


Find – Get – Give

NHS Measles

Stop Cyberbullying


CEOP Safety Centre 

Childline | Childline 

Brighton Food Bank 

Citizens Advice 

For families with disabled children and young people in Sussex – Amaze ( 

Help and support for families (