We all work together at Mossley Hollins High School to help you with any issues you may be having both inside and outside of school.
If you wish to contact us through our Confide system you do not have to leave your details if you do not want to, just complete the details in the form below and click ‘Submit’.
Any information provided is fully CONFIDENTIAL.
The ThinkUKnow website has lots of information on what you can do if you are concerned about something you have seen or experienced, either online or in real life.
The website lets you know what is good, what is not and what you can do about it. It also lets you report something you are worried about online.
There is also information about Childline a free service that lets you talk to someone confidentially if something is worrying you.
The Mossley Hollins Reporting Tool
Your information is confidential and will be filed for up to 12-months and then destroyed. If you give your details you are entitled to a copy of your details within the 12 months, please speak to a member of staff on Student Reception if you require a copy.
If there are any serious offenses reported this information may be given to other agencies to assist in helping you with your problem
Have you got a problem? Need a hand? No-one to turn to? No-one listening? Don’t know what to do?
The school is always here for you if you have any issues.
If you have any problems at school, at home, with your family or friends or in the local community, please do not suffer in silence. Drop us a line and we will do what ever we can to help.
Check out the links for various help and guidance on a number of different subjects.
Confide is a CONFIDENTIAL way to provide us with information to make your school and the community a safer place.
Bullying can happen to anyone at any age. Being bullied at school, home or online might involve someone pushing you, hitting you, teasing you, talking about you or calling you names. Nobody has the right to hurt you or make you feel bad. If you are being bullied you don’t have to deal with it alone – you can talk to someone about it can often really help.
Bullying can mean many different things and young people have described bullying as:
These things can happen at school or at home, but they can also happen online or on social networks.
A community is a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.
Benefits of a being part of a community:
In the past, especially in times of turmoil such as the global economic crisis the local community would help each other through.