Child Protection Is Everyone’s Responsibility.
Greenacre School recognises and is committed to fulfilling its statutory duties, roles and responsibilities under Section 175 Education Act (2002), the Children Act (1989) and Section 42-46 of the Care Act (2014) in ensuring each and every learner is protected and safeguarded against potential harm and abuse.
Below are photographs of the school’s Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) Dan Foster and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads, Sue Dalton, Amy Jeffries, Laura Adamson & Cherie Miller.
- Dan FosterDesignated Behaviour and Welfare Lead
- Cherie MillerEarly Help Co-Ordinator
- Sue DaltonFamily Liaison & Attendance Officer
- Laura AdamsonFamily Liaison & Attendance Officer
- Amy JeffriesFamily Support Worker
Please click on the link below to see our ‘Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adults Policy:
Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adults
The Governor with responsibility for Safeguarding is Tracy Fairham. To contact Tracy please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click on the link below to see the NSPCC help and advice on Safeguarding and Whistleblowing.
The Prevent Duty
Greenacre recognises and responds to its duty to protect our learners from the risk of radicalisation under the Prevent duty. The Designated Safeguarding Lead and their Deputy have undertaken Prevent training in line with the Prevent duty to protect children and vulnerable adults from radicalisation. All staff at Greenacre School are required to attend a workshop to raise awareness of Prevent. This forms part of a rolling programme of staff training associated with safeguarding. Please click on the link below regarding the Government’s publication on preventing children from radicalisation – The Prevent duty.
Please click on this link for A Guide for Parents
Other Information and Advice
Please also see links below for further information and advice regarding;
The Key: New Safeguarding hub for parents
The Key have created a safeguarding hub that allows parents to access interactive guidance on setting up parental controls on their child’s devices, as well as guidance on apps like TikTok, YouTube and Instagram and more.