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Ensuring the safety and well-being of every child in school is of the utmost importance. 

Aimee Gemmell is our Emotional Well-being Practitioner and she supports children and families with a range of issues that cause stress and worry. If you have a concern and would like support please contact the school office and ask to speak to Aimee.

Aimee is a key part of our Safeguarding Team and works closely with Louise Oddy (Headteacher) and Michelle Mitchell (Attendance Officer) to ensure that all children in school are safe from harm.

Keeping Children Safe in Education – Part 1 – September 2023

If you have concerns about the safety of a child who attends St George's please speak to either Aimee Gemmell (Emotional Well-being Practitioner) or Louise Oddy (Headteacher) immediately. If they are not available then please ask to speak to either Tracy Mercer (Deputy Headteacher) or Jane Brown (School Business Manager.)

If you have a worry or you're feeling sad or anxious it's really important you tell someone. 

Share your worry with Aimee's Virtual Worry Monster; just click on the Worry Monster, tell him your worry and someone will be in touch.


The Solihull Approach is all about emotional health and well-being for families.  It offers a wide range of parenting advice and support from pregnancy and childbirth right through to the teenage years. 

Parents of children attending schools in Hull can access the online parenting guides free of charge using the code FREEDOM.

To visit the Solihull Approach site click on the link below or at the bottom of the page.

If you are having difficulty accessing any of the guides Julie Craven will be more than happy to help.

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