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Safeguarding and Child Protection at the NW SILC

The NW SILC is committed to safeguarding all our pupils in line with our 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.

"Thanks to all my daughter teachers for looking after my daughter when she is at school I am very grateful and thanks again"

Parent / Carer Feedback, December 2020

Within the North West SILC we have a range of staff trained in Child Protection to ensure we have coverage across all our provisions. In addition to this we use the CPOMS online secure management system for all our documents. 

Within the NW SILC the Designated Safeguarding Lead is

Hannah Duffey, Headteacher - Penny Field School

In addition...

Gavin Hosford (Headteacher - Green Meadows & Partnership Schools)

Louise Graham (Assistant Headteacher - Green Meadows & Partnership Schools)

Kath Burrell (Pastoral Manager)

Michelle Celino (Pastoral Officer - Green Meadows & Partnership Schools)

Jo Brady (Admin)

Diane Pollard (Cherry Class, Brudenell Primary School Partnership)

...are also Designated Safeguarding trained. (January 2021)

The School Governor with responsibility for Safeguarding is Joan Kay.

If you have a concern please call us on the main school number (0113 336 8270) or if the issue is urgent further advice can be found at www.leedslscb.org.uk

Please find below the NW SILC Safeguarding Policy and some further information relating to keeping children safe.

With many of our children currently off school and staying home due to COVID 19 the potential for online exploitation will be at its highest.

Although rare, there is a risk that with increased online activity, feelings of stress and isolation may be exploited. An understanding of digital safety will help parents and carers safeguard loved ones from a range of harms, whether that’s child sexual exploitation, fraud, or extremist influences seeking to radicalise vulnerable people.

Please see the attached guidance produced by Leeds Prevent.

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