Your Safeguarding Team
Our role is to keep students and staff safe.
- Dave Jenkins (Senior DSL)
- Rebecca Hollett (DSL)
- Nicola Elvidge (DSL)
- Jayne Waterfield (DSL)
We have three main areas of focus:
- Identify and work with students requiring early help and ensure they get that help and support
- Reduce the risk of harm and put in place the necessary support and risk assessments
- Manage safe recruitment procedures
Your Mental Health First Aiders
Students can request to see a mental health first aider.
- Jayne Waterfield
- Jimmy Rutter
- Gemma Amphlett
We also employ a trained counsellor to work with students who require increased levels of support. Where required, we will engage external agencies to ensure the right level of support is in place.
Students can press the ‘I Want To Talk’ button on any page within their homework portal and a member of staff will speak to them in school (usually the LOLA). The blue button can be pressed at any time and the staff member will seek out the student once school day begins.
Safeguarding for Parents
The following documents are designed to give extra guidance to parents on safeguarding issues:
|Internet safety and digital piracy|
|Online safety tips for parents|
|Staying safe leaflet|
|How to spot if young people are being exploited by gangs/ drug crime|
Help and Support for Students and Parents – Useful Links
This list of useful websites has been drawn up to help parents advise their children, on some of the issues often faced by young people. It is also a useful resource for students who are looking for information on any of these topics.
These are trusted and informative websites with advice that is also followed in school.
Parents can always speak to their child’s form tutor, LOLA or another member of the pastoral team for support on any of these issues.
Please click for advice on:
|Stress and Emotional Wellbeing|
|Mental Health Issues|
|Internet Safety (Advice for Parents)|