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Our School Community fully recognises the contribution it makes in protecting and supporting our students and pupils in school. The aim of the policy is to guide all staff and those with specific safeguarding responsibilities promote our students and pupils’ welfare, safety and health by fostering an honest, open, caring and supportive climate. Pupil safety is of paramount importance to all staff and volunteers.

For further information please read our Safeguarding Policy and also the Government document explaining how schools should keep children safe 

Safeguarding Policy

Keeping Children Safe in Education

Keeping Children Safe in Education Part One

Useful links and resources for parents/carers, children and young people:


    Bullies Out


    Stop Bullying

Bereavement –

    Winston's Wish -

Domestic Violence – 

Domestic violence - adults (

Drugs and alcohol REFRESH –

Talk to Frank


Gaming –




Mental Health and Wellbeing -


sexual health and LGBTQ+ -

On-line Safety


Get Safe Online | Free, online security advice

Action Fraud


ACT Early | Prevent radicalisation

Lets Talk About It - Working Together To Prevent Terrorism (

Preventing Child Sexual Abuse & Keeping Children Safe | NSPCC

Support in school

The school nurse is available at a weekly session to offer support on a variety of issues such as internet and social media safety, sleep, anxiety, stress and emotional wellbeing.


Tik Tok - Social Media Guidance for Parents 

The TikTok Guardians Guide which provides an overview of their safety and privacy features. This also includes the Five Tips mentioned in the webinar.

TikTok’s online challenges page which includes a section on how to talk to young people about challenges.

Praesidio Safeguarding's report on the dangerous challenges research project.

TikTok’s wellbeing page including information on screentime tools and tips.

Internet Matters' report on the screentime project:

TikTok has also collaborated with Internet Matters on a guide to TikTok for parents.


Childline – 0800 1111

NSPCC Helpline – 0808 800 5000

Parentline Plus – 0808 800 2222

Kidscape – 020 7730 3300

Support for parents

East Riding Early Help and Safeguarding Hub - tel  01482 395500

Hull Early Help and Safeguarding Hub - tel 01482 448879

Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice and Support Service - tel 01482 396469.  Email address -

School Nurse Chat Health - text 07507332891

Hull and East Riding MIND - email or tel 01482 240200

CAMHS Crisis Team - tel 01482 301701

Refresh Drugs Support - tel 01482 331059

SEEDS Support for Eating Disorders - tel 01482 344084


Safeguarding Lead


Safeguarding Lead

Mr J Rogers Mrs Vikki Fox