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Service Pupils' Champion is a unique role which was created by North Yorkshire County Council to provide extra support for the large numbers of Service children in the County.  There are two Service Pupils' Champions in North Yorkshire working to support the emotional well-being and social development of children and young people aged 5-18, especially during periods of active deployment and exercise and at times of transition.  The Service Pupils' Champions aim to strengthen the pupil voice by promoting and developing the work of HMS Heroes currently established in many of the schools in North Yorkshire.

Annabel Hall

Annabel Hall, Service Pupils' ChampionAnnabel Hall, Service Pupils' ChampionI have been part of an Army family for 13 years, experiencing the frequent moves, changes in home, school and work and long periods of separation familiar to many of you.  I have two children, in Years 8 and 3 and so have also experienced the impact that the Service lifestyle has on children.

I support Service children associated with Claro Barracks, Ripon; AAC Dishforth; RAF Leeming; RAF Linton-On-Ouse; Alanbrooke Barracks at Topcliffe and AFC Harrogate.

Please contact me if you would like further information or support.

Annabel Hall

Nickie Young

Nickie Young, Service Pupils' ChampionNickie Young, Service Pupils' ChampionI have been part of an Army family all my life!  I have experienced the frequent moves, changes in home, school and work and long periods of separation familiar to many of you as an army child, wife and now Mummy - I have three children, in Years 7, 5 and 3 so have also experienced the impact that the Service lifestyle has on them.

I support Service children associated with Catterick Garrison (Main).

Please contact me if you would like further information or support.

Nickie Young

We would be happy to meet with any Service children or their families who feel they need support and offer a listening ear.  It may be that you have concerns about your child or, if you are new to the area, need advice or signposting.

We can also act as a bridge between school and the Forces and offer neutral, confidential support, outside the chain of command.

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