Vice Principal (Student Standards / Designated Safeguarding Lead)
KS4 Senior Pastoral Support Coach (Designated Child Protection Officer and SPC)
Assistant Principal (Student Standards / Designated Safeguarding Lead)
Assistant Principal (Designated Safeguarding Lead - Primary)
KS3 Senior Pastoral Support Coach (Designated Child Protection Officer and SPC)
Pastoral Support Coach
KS3 Pastoral Coach
Everyone who works with children and young people has a responsibility for safeguarding and making sure they receive the right support at the right time.
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Useful e-safety information for parents
Protecting children from maltreatment.
Preventing loss to children’s health or development.
Making sure children are growing up in safe circumstances.
Making sure all children have the best outcomes.
At The Stephen Longfellow Academy, we take our role in safeguarding extremely seriously. Our staff will do everything they can to protect pupils from harm.
Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility, and all of our staff are trained to be alert and aware of the signs and indicators of abuse.
The view of pupils is of the most importance to us, and we will always listen to our pupils’ wishes, thoughts, and feelings, and will always seek to identify and support their needs.
Where possible, we will identify any difficulties or concerns early in order to act preventatively, because we believe in early help processes.
We will always provide support and advice to families and parents/carers, whilst acting in the best interest of our pupils at all times.
The Stephen Longfellow Academy Safeguards Students by:
Maintaining a secure site.
Making sure all visitors are recorded and monitored.
Making sure pupils understand the importance of e-safety.
Ensuring that all staff have received Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) clearance.
Providing regular training and briefing for all staff in child protection.
Ensuring all staff and visitors know who our child protection officers are.
Ensuring admission and attendance procedures are strong to prevent pupils missing education.
Giving young people the skills and confidence to protect themselves and others.
Giving pupils a safe place to voice their concerns and talk about sensitive issues.
Ensuring all pupils have access to guidance and advice.
Referring pupils to additional agency support as needed.
Sharing information with agencies and services to make sure pupils and families have support and to prevent them from harm.
Taking immediate action and contacting the appropriate agencies when we believe that a child in in danger or at risk of harm.