- Addendum Policy 2021
- Summer Term Safeguarding Newsletter
- Safeguarding Policy 2021
- PREVENT Risk Assessment
- Safeguarding Across the Curriculum 2019
Hogarth Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The school will, in most circumstances, endeavour to discuss all concerns with parents about their children. However, there may be exceptional circumstances when the school will discuss concerns with Social Care and/or the Police without parental knowledge (in accordance with Child Protection procedures). The school will, of course, always aim to maintain a positive relationship with all parents.
The school’s safeguarding and child protection policy is available in the policies section of the web site.
Ms Sarah Lee , Miss Marie Cooper and Mr Calum Stewart are the Designated Leads for safeguarding.
Our safeguarding governor is Mr Errol Henry
All staff and governors have safeguarding training.
The Headteacher has ‘Keeping Children Safe on Line’, ‘Recognising & Preventing FGM’ and ‘Child Sexual Exploitation’ training. She also has ‘Safer Recruitment’
We actively support the Government’s Prevent Agenda to counter radicalism and extremism. Staff and Governors have taken the appropriate training to fulfil their roles in this.
Behaviour statement for visitors to school, including parents and carers:
Hogarth Academy strongly believes that our school should be a welcoming and safe place for our children, staff, parents and visitors alike and that our parents share that belief. We have legal responsibilities for the safeguarding and well-being of children and staff, and a duty of care to all users of our school.
All adults who enter our school site at any time set examples of behaviour and conduct which influence children and young people and we believe that they should therefore demonstrate high standards of conduct in order to encourage our pupils to do the same. Parents and carers must show respect to all other parents and carers, children and staff.
Adults who do not behave in an acceptable manner may be asked to leave the site and the Headteacher has the right to further restrict their access.
Behaviour which is regarded as unacceptable includes:
- Physical abuse, threatening, oppressive or aggressive behaviour or use of offensive language towards other adults, staff or children
- Entering the school site under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Smoking anywhere on the school site
- School-related issues which parents or carers have concerning school, pupils or their families must be brought to the attention of a member of staff. Parents or carers must not try to resolve any issues themselves by direct action on site. If issues cannot be successfully resolved by speaking to a staff member, parents’ and carers’ correct course of action is use our Complaints Procedure as appropriate
- We expect all communication between parents and school to be conducted in a polite and respectful manner. Communication may be similarly restricted if it becomes unacceptable.
If you have any concerns for the safety of any of the children at school please consult the Headteacher.
- Information sharing advice for safeguarding practitioners
- Keeping Children safe in education
- What to do if you’re worried a child is being abused
- Working together to safeguard children
- Parents Guide to the Prevent Strategy
- Parents Guide to Keeping Safe from Abuse
- Safeguarding Newsletter
- Safeguarding All Areas