Safeguarding

Meet the Safeguarding Team

Rachael Mann

Designated Safeguarding Lead
TerrieTerrie Roberts

Safeguarding Administrator

Deputy Safeguarding Leads: Di Fellowes, Peter Ephgrave (LAC Lead), Terrie Roberts, Megan Groocock, Kirsten Beck, Sue Perkins and Kerry Roberts

Tudor Grange Samworth Academy ensures that all children learn in a safe, caring and enriching environment. Children are taught and offered support to keep themselves safe, to develop positive and healthy relationships and to avoid situations where they might be at risk, including being exploited by others.

The academy has a statutory responsibility to share any concerns it might have about a child in need of protection with other agencies and in particular police, health and children’s services. Schools are not able to investigate concerns but have a legal duty to refer them. In most instances, the academy will be able to inform the parents/carer of its need to make a referral.

However, sometimes the school is advised by Children’s Social Care or police that the parent/carer cannot be informed whilst they investigate the matter. We understand the anxiety parents/carers understandably feel when they are not told about any concerns from the outset. The academy follows legislation that aims to act in the interests of the child.

If you have any questions about this information, please speak to a member of staff.

DOWNLOAD:  Safeguarding Policy

DOWNLOAD:  Safeguarding Statement to Parents

DOWNLOAD:  Systems and Procedures

Safeguarding News & Events

Please visit the links below for recent safeguarding news and events from the academy.

January 2019: Operation Encompass Flyer

December 2018: ‘Road Crew: Crowd Control’ – Warning Zone

October 2017:  “Going to Extremes” Performance

October 2017:  Year 6 Dangers of Drugs & Alcohol Police Talk

July 2017:  Leicestershire Police Delivery of Knife Crime Assembly

June 2017:  Young Carer’s Initiative

Feb 2017:  Time to Talk ‘Mental Health’ Assemblies

Feb 2017:  NSPCC Parent Workshop

Jan 2017:  NSPCC ‘Speak Out, Stay Safe’ Assemblies

Dec 2016:  Kayleigh’s Love Story: Warning our students about Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and the potential dangers of the internet