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MEN ATTACK - Information & Support

Posted at 8:30 am on 23rd May, 2017



For anyone exposed to or affected by the incident at the Manchester Arena, NHS Mental Wellbeing advice & guidance can also be found here: NHS MENTAL WELLBEING

If you or your family have been affected by the attack at the MEN Arena,

Please contact -


HELPLINE: 0161 856 9400

Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said: “This has been the most horrific incident we have had to face in Greater Manchester and one that we all hoped we would never see."

“Families and many young people were out to enjoy a concert at the Manchester Arena and have lost their lives. Our thoughts are with those 22 victims that we now know have died, the 59 people who have been injured and their loved ones. We continue to do all we can to support them.”

Ongoing information can be found here: GREATER MANCHESTER POLICE

As a school we will continue to provide a supportive, strong and caring community for our students and staff as we all come to terms with this tragic and cruel attack.

A BBC guide providing clear information for children and young people about the attack can be found here: BBC NEWSROUND - MEN ATTACK

Helpful advice if you, your family and friends are upset by anything you have seen, read or heard today: BBC NEWSROUND - WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE UPSET BY THE NEWS

Government Guidance and support for anyone affected by the Manchester Attack: MANCHESTER ATTACK, May 2017: SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE AFFECTED



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