Useful Websites and Telephone Numbers

Aireborough Family Service

Aireborough Learning Partnership Trust

Anna Freud Centre - Mental Health – Self Help

Birth Injury Justice Center

Breeze Leeds

Cost of Living Crisis

We know that the cost of living crisis has exacerbated the pressures many families are facing. We have listed below some website links to charities and resources in Leeds which you may find useful.

Domestic Violence

If you or someone you know is suffering from domestic violence there are many organisation who can help including:

Family Information Services

The Family Information Service is a resource directory full of information and contact details for services available from Leeds City Council. It is a professional support organisation with sections on education, childcare, healthcare, advice and support.

Infection Control Advice

Leeds City Council

Leeds Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice Support Service

Money Information Centre

Free, confidential and impartial money advice in Leeds


NHS Better Health Start for Life

Full range of evidence-based, detailed and accessible advice for parents on activities to do with children at every stage between birth and 5 years old, and a search facility to connect to local support.

NSPCC Helpline

The dedicated and confidential NSPCC helpline – Report Abuse in Education can be reached on 0800 136 663 or by email at

Neurodiversity Hub

Check out our new Neurodiversity information hub - MindMate - a one-stop site to support all neurodivergent children, young people and their families in Leeds.

This online resource is designed to provide information and support for those WITH and WITHOUT formal diagnosesAutism and ADHD are the main neurotypes covered.

The site covers a huge range of topics including:

  • What is neurodiversity? (with sections on autism and ADHD)
  • Daily living and keeping safe
  • Education and neurodiversity
  • Gender and neurodiversity
  • ….and more!!

Prevent Leeds

Scope Sleep right

Sleep right is a parent/carer led service that supports parents of disabled children and those with additional needs experiencing sleep issues.  They offer short term intervention to support parents/carers to make changes to their child/families sleep.  Due to Covid 19 they are offering telephone and online support.  For more information visit

Yeadon Westfield Junior School