Trauma Support During the May Half Term Break

Information for students on how to access help and support following the terrorist attack at Manchester Arena.
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Support via Manchester City Council

Additionally, Manchester City Council have arranged a series of drop in sessions that have been set up over half term for any children, young people and their families to access information whilst schools are closed, following Monday’s terrorist attack at Manchester Arena.

A team of trained and experienced professionals will be available onsite at the venues and times below in order to provide information and advice to students and parents, to promote the emotional health and wellbeing of children, during this particularly difficult period should they need it:

Tuesday 30th May (10am – 3pm):
The South Learning Centre,
Burnage Academy for Boys Social Inclusion Learning Centre (at the back of the school),
60 Broadhill Road,
M19 1AG

Wednesday 31st May (10am – 3pm):
The Green Room,
Chorlton High School,
Nell Lane,
M21 7SL

Thursday 1st June (10am – 3pm):
Sunshine Room,
Moss Side Millennium Powerhouse,
140 Raby St,
M14 4SL

Friday 2nd June (10am – 3pm):
Abraham Moss School Inclusion Centre (on the left hand side of the High School entrance),
Crescent Road,
M8 5UF

Tuesday 30th May to Friday 2nd June – Each Day (2pm – 5pm):
The Factory Youth Zone,
931 Rochdale Road,
M9 8AE

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