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Stanground Academy

Safeguarding

Here you will find links to websites containing useful information, advice and guidance and sources of support for many Safeguarding issues, including abusive relationships and parenting support. 

If you have any concerns for the safety or welfare of a member of the Academy, please contact us immediately and speak to the Designated Child Protection Officer, Mrs C Todd.

To review the DFE Working together to Safeguard Children 2018, click here.

To review the Revised Prevent duty guidance: for England and Wales, click here.

GAT Statement on Sexual Abuse within Schools: Peer on Peer Abuse, Sexual Violence and Harassment and Harmful Sexual Behaviour: 

Sexual Abuse within Schools: Peer on Peer Abuse, Sexual Violence and Harassment and Harmful Sexual Behaviour:

Our position as a trust and within all our academies is clear: sexual violence and sexual harassment are never acceptable, will never be tolerated and are not an inevitable part of growing up. Such behaviour will never go unchallenged or become accepted and we remain    committed to working openly and transparently to promote mutual respect.

Our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy has guidance within it around the indicators of peer-on-peer abuse and harmful sexual behaviour along with our response procedures. All   relevant Safeguarding Policies are available on individual academy websites.

All students are taught the Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) curriculum.

The appropriate means for disclosing an allegation of abuse relating to another student is always to inform a member of the specific academy’s safeguarding team directly or a member of the Trust Safeguarding Directorate. In the event that an allegation is made against a member of staff, this must be sent to the Academy Principal or directly to the Trust Safeguarding Directorate.

We will always act on concerns raised.

Safeguarding Resources
Centre 33

Young people aged 13-25 can self-refer to us for support with a variety of things including Mental health, benefits, employment, sexual health and housing. All they need to do is contact us 

By Phone: 0333 4141 809 ( line is maned 12-4 Mon to Fri)

Text / WhatsApp : 07514783745

Email: help@centre33.org.uk