Safeguarding Information

Safeguarding at The Emmbrook goes beyond feeling safeWe want our pupils to feel cared for.

We take a holistic approach to ensuring our pupils feel cared for.

Our motto is: 'It could happen here'

Information Sheet, including telephone numbers to call: OPEN

Key staff:

Safeguarding Governor: Mr D Whiting 
Designated Lead: Mr T Bhambra
Deputy Lead: Mrs Blyth (Director)
Pastoral Lead: Mr Whitehouse (AHT)
Safeguarding support: Mrs R Philp
Attendance Lead: Mrs Blyth
Behavior Lead: Mr M Sutherland (Director)
SEN Manager: Ms Gail Oliver
SCR officer: Mrs J Rimmer

 

Key documents for Sep 4th Staff Training

The version of Keeping Children Safe in Education is still September 2016.

The DfE have also issued guidance for school leaders on cyberbullying and an advice leaflet for parents. 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/preventing-and-tackling-bullying

The DfE commissioned a research project in order to understand what schools in England currently do to promote positive mental health and well-being among all of their pupils:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/supporting-mental-health-in-schools-and-colleges

All staff safeguarding INSET Sep 4th 2017: OPEN

All staff safeguarding INSET Oct 30th 2017: OPEN

Historical documents:

Second safeguarding presentation to all staff (January 2017): OPEN

Safeguarding Policy (Updated September 2016): OPEN (folder)
Single Central Record (SCR) Audit (2016-17) Record: OPEN

Useful resources:

  1. The Prevent Strategy, 2011
  2. CONTEST: the United Kingdom’s strategy for countering terrorism
  3. Prevent duty guidance
  4. Working together to Safeguard Children
  5. Keeping Children Safe in Education
  6. Care Act 2014
  7. Care Act Factsheets