Keeping Children Safe in Education - Information for Parents and Carers
Ling Moor Primary Academy is committed to providing a happy and safe environment for our our children to learn.
The following information will help you to understand how we keep your children safe by telling you:
This is a very important subject in which all staff receive regular training. Our priority is to work with you but there may be times when we have to involve other people and agencies.
Everybody has a responsibility to safeguard children and to keep them from harm. Harm is identified in four ways:
All staff at the academy are also alert to the signs of Extremism and Radicalisation which is where children can be put at risk of harm from the holding of extreme polictical or religious views.
Useful Contacts at the Academy
If you would like to speak to a member of staff about a safeguarding concern then please contact one of our safeguarding leaders. These are:
Mr J Sisman - headteacher and designated safeguarding lead.
Mrs A Taylor - SENCo and deputy designated safeguarding lead.
Mrs E Barnes - assistant headteacher and deputy designated safeguarding lead.
Mrs D Woodcock - assistant headteacher and deputy designated safeguarding lead.
Our Governor/Trustee with responsibility for safeguarding is Mr Neil Buck.
All safeguarding leaders can be contacted by phoning the academy 01522 682602
What Does The Academy Do To Keep Pupils Safe?
Details of our child protection and safeguarding procedures are detailed in our Child Protection and Safeguarding policy - please see the link below. In addition to this, the Academy also has other specific policies in place to ensure that safeguarding issues can be comprehensively addressed. These policies are available on the website - follow policy link. Specifically:
What Can Parents Do To Keep Children Safe And Happy?
Parents are the most important people to keep their children safe. Parents should always: