Support for your family
We will continue to work alongside families to help the young people we regularly support.
Support will start with a regular check-in at least once a week. If you feel this would be beneficial for your child, please contact email@example.com.
Teaching colleagues will be looking at the work your child has completed and providing feedback, if appropriate. If you have problems accessing the work please visit: www.ryecollege.co.uk/remote-study for more information.
Our Safeguarding Team
Our team will be contactable during school hours if you would like advice on an issue or wish to report a concern. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and mark it for the attention of one of the following colleagues;
- Miss J Carpenter (Designated Safeguarding Lead);
- Mrs V Gall - (Deputy Safeguarding Officer);
- Mr D Downes - (Deputy Safeguarding Officer);
- Mr B Blakelock - (Deputy Safeguarding Officer).
Worried about a child who might be at risk of harm?
If you are worried about a young person, in an emergency call 999.
You can continue to raise concerns with the school otherwise contact the local authority’s Single Point of Advice (SPOA):
- Phone: 01323 464222;
- Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 5pm, Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm;
- eMail 0–19.SPOA@eastsussex.gov.uk.
The coronavirus has increased the amount of online remote study young people are completing. You can continue to report harmful content or anti-social online behaviour to us, or use the following resources: