Safeguarding & Student Services
Concerns regarding students should initially be referred to the Student Services Team. Concerns of a safeguarding nature should be referred to the Safeguarding Team.
Headteacher: Mr V Groak
Designated Safeguarding Lead: Mrs J Anderson
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead: Mrs T Taylor
Safeguarding Manager: Mrs V Toole
Attendance Manager: Mrs K McDonald
Attendance Officer: Mrs T Brown
If you need to contact us regarding a safeguarding or welfare matter, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Services Team
The Student Services Team will meet with parents to establish the nature of any concern and provide a support plan that may involve outside agencies to support the young person and the family.
Assistant Headteacher - Student Welfare: Mr C Sinclair
Head of Year 7: Miss A Pinkney
Assistant Head of Year 7: Miss V Briggs
Head of Year 8: Mr N Leckenby
Assistant Head of Year 8: Mrs S Newman
Head of Year 9: Mrs J Todd
Assistant Head of Year 9: Mrs N Green
Head of Year 10: Mr L Julian
Assistant Head of Year 10: Mrs R Lacey
Head of Year 11: Mrs T Taylor
Assistant Head of Year 11: Miss K Staveley
Reflection Room Inclusion Manager: Mr S Crooks
If you need to contact us regarding your child, please email using the addresses below.
The school has well-developed links with the following agencies:
- Education Welfare Service
- Youth and Family Support Service
- Social Services
- Health Service
- Rights and Participation Project (RAPP)
- Wings (Bereavement support)
- Educational Psychologist
- Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
The Student Service team can provide parents with web links to follow-up concerns and in certain cases indicate the Common Assessment Framework (CAF) in order to establish the level of need for a student or family.
School Nurse and Health Visiting team (ISPHNs)
The ISPHNs website can be found by visiting humberisphn.nhs.uk
ISPHNs Secondary School Leaflet can be found here
The CHAT HEALTH number is 07507 332891. This is a confidential texting service available to students aged 11-19 years.
A School Nurse, employed by the Health Service, visits Hessle High School and is available to all young people. Appointments with the school nurse may be requested directly with the School Nurse using the numbers on the Student Information Boards or through the Student Services Team. The School Nurse may also be contacted directly on Tuesday lunchtimes at the health drop-in sessions.