Safeguarding students is at the core of all our work.
The Management Committee of the School fully recognises that they have a duty to ensure arrangements are in place for safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of children.
We expect that all members of the school community, including volunteers and committee members, will at all times play a full and active part in protecting our children from harm.
The following policies are linked to our Safeguarding work: Child Protection, Health and Safety, Physical Intervention, Attendance, Sex and Relationships, Administering Medicine, Anti -Bullying, ICT Policies, Whistleblowing and First Aid.
The Safeguarding | Child Protection Policy can be found in the Policies section of our website.
There are fully trained Designated Safeguarding Officers at all sites. The Safeguarding Lead is the Headteacher.
IF YOU HAVE ANY CONCERNS YOU CAN CONTACT THE HEAD TEACHER, HEAD OF CENTERS OR BRENT FRONT DOOR ON 0208 937 4300.
AWARENESS DAY 18th MARCH 2023
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Tips for Keeping Young People Safe – Parents
1. Check Privacy Settings on ALL your child’s devices.
2. Communicate with your children about who they are meeting on and offline.
3. Communicate with other parents e.g. set up WhatsApp groups between parents of your child’s friends.
4. Independently research on keeping safe online and familiarise yourself with various social media apps.
5. Agree times for your child to be home from school and ensure their phone is charged at the start of each day.
Tips for Young People
1. Always tell someone you trust where you are going and what time you will be back.
2. Don’t engage in conversation with someone you don’t know, who is older than you or who gives you a bad feeling – Ask yourself ‘Am I in a safe situation here?’
3. Always make sure your phone is fully charged.
4. Make sure you have enough money and an oyster card to get home.
5. Don’t share any personal details online with people you don’t know:
a) Do not share you’re Address or anything that could identify you or where you live – don’t send photos showing your school / uniform / buses you take etc.
b) Do not share any images of yourself and/or others – do not send sexualised images to anyone, as they could be shared without your consent, even if you trust the person you are sending them to.
c) Do not send any information which advertises your possessions or suggests to others that you might have the latest gadgets or technology.