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Wellbeing and Emotional Support

Five ways Uttlesford Citizens Advice can support you during the coronavirus pandemic:


  • Telephone advice – Advice on benefit entitlements, money worries, employment rights, housing concerns or relationship challenges
  • Help to claim – Help to claim Universal Credit including support to overcome any technical barriers to making your claim
  • Disability benefits – Help to complete disability benefit forms and advice on appeals
  • Access to local support – Foodbank referrals, access to emergency funds and information about other local support services
  • Listening Line – for a friendly ear or chat if you are feeling worried, overwhelmed or just want to vent! Call 01799 618841 or email

Staff and volunteers are available Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 3.30pm. Call 01799 618840 or email

A NEW local support person has been appointed to this service & we have been informed that this service is available for children of school age. You can self refer or if you wish make an appointment to see Kathie Moy via the school office and she will help you with a referral.  


Please download the Young Carers Leaflet below - it talks about a service for young people over 16 but personalised support is also available for any young person.

OPEN DOOR provide a free coaching and mentoring service for young people aged 8-18. Our older pupils in Key stage 2 aged 8 and above are eligible for this service. You may have older children that may benefit from this service too.
If you think this is something that would help your child, please note that parents can refer their own children by calling Paul Wilding at the number on the poster. A Katherine Semar parent who used this service last year said that that they would recommend the service to other parents.
Please make an appointment to see Mrs Moy our Inclusion Manager if you require any further help with this.