Key External Contacts

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Key external contacts (during school holidays and after 5pm during term time):

During school holidays or after 5pm during term time Milton Keynes Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) should be the first point of contact to make a referral or consult Children's Services regarding concerns about a child.  Please call 01908 253169 or 01908 253170.

Milton Keynes Emergency Social Work team can be contacted on 01908 265545 or email them here.

Other key contacts:

Police - call the police on 999 where a child or other person is at immediate risk of harm. For non urgent matters call 101.

Milton Keynes University Hospital A & E - 01908 995913.

Useful sources of advice and guidance:

The following organisations and charities can help you if you have concerns or want to know more about:


Childline - call 0800 1111 or visit their website here.

Kidscape - email or visit their website here.

Domestic violence/abuse:

MK:act - call 0344 375 4307 or visit their website here.

Drugs/substance misuse:

Frank - call 0300 123 6600 or visit their website here.


NSPCC - call the FGM helpline on 0800 028 3550

Mental health:

Milton Keynes Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) - call 01908 724228 or visit their website here. You can view their leaflet for parents and carers here.

Young Minds - call 0808 802 5544 or visit their website here.

MIND - call 0300 330 0648 or visit their website here.

Honour based abuse (including forced marriage/child marriage/coercive control):

Karma Nirvana - call 0800 599 9247 or visit their website here.

Online safety/online sexual abuse:

NSPCC - call 0808 800 5000 or visit their website here.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) - visit their website here.


NSPCC - call 0808 800 5000 or visit their website here.

Sexual abuse:

NSPCC - call the report abuse in education helpline on 0800 136 663. Details of other dedicated helplines can be found here.

Knife crime:

Action for Children - handy tips and guidance.

Fearless - guidance and information about crimes and issues for young people including knife crime (and where young people can report crime completely anonymously.

The Ben Kinsella Trust - knife crime awareness charity.

NSPPC -help and guidance if you are worried about a young person.

Crimestoppers - for reporting crime or information anonymously.

No Knives Better Lives - information and resources about knife crime and the impacts for parents and their young people (videos are probably more suitable for older students).

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