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Secondary schools newsletter

Monday 13 July

Hi everyone, this is the last newsletter in the series for this academic year.  Today we focus on being ‘Out and About’ as the summer holidays are about to begin. We hope you have enjoyed reading our newsletters, and welcome any feedback to

Norfolk Constabulary Safer Schools Team

Take care of your mental health

During these uncertain times, it is important for young people to look after their mental health. There is now one single place to access mental health advice and support for anyone under the age of 25 in Norfolk. There is no need for a referral, you can just get in touch straight away if you need help and support. They can also refer you on, should you need more specialist help. Please visit this link for more information:

A message to you ……..

We hope you have all taken the time to watch this message Tory has recorded. If not take a look now:

Keeping safe while out and about shows you how to travel safely in this video, watch it here

How to See, Think and Speak Up in risky road safety situations: see the information in this video

Or want water safety advice? Find it here from the RNLI 

Trending now ...

Ever wondered what the rules are when police officers stop and search you? The Youth Commission have produced a Q&A which may help. You can find it here:

Youth for Brake empowers young people to achieve Brake’s vision of safe, green, healthy and fair transport. Young people work in teams to run local road safety and sustainable transport campaigns in their community that get results, save lives and save our planet.

Find out how to get involved: or if you want advice see their information for teenagers and young people

Need a hand?

Children’s Services have launched a new phone line and text message service for children and young people to use.  

We hope you are feeling happy and safe at home. If you're feeling unsafe or scared, then don't keep it to yourself. We're here to help.

Keep in touch

Stay up to date with Norfolk Safer Schools by following us on Twitter: @SaferSchoolsNfk 

You can also follow the National Police Instagram for young people:

Feeling unsafe

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