Our Safeguarding team











Mrs Williams, Vice Principal –


Mrs Smith, Student Support and Safeguarding Officer –


Mr Smith, Senior College leader –


Mrs Rossage, Vice Principal, Designated Safeguarding Lead –


Mrs Lane, Head of Senior Year –


We believe that our Academy should provide a caring, positive, safe and stimulating environment that promotes the social, physical and moral development of the individual child.

We recognise the importance of providing an environment within our Academy that will help children feel safe and respected.

We recognise the importance of enabling children to talk openly about anything that worries them and to feel confident that they will be listened to.

We will work with parents to build an understanding of the Academy’s responsibilities to ensure the welfare of all children, including the need for referrals to other agencies in some situations.

Safeguarding arrangements in our Academy are underpinned by two key principles:

No mobile phones (or associated watches) or mp3 players are allowed at the Academy. If they are seen or heard, they will be confiscated. If an item is confiscated, it can only be retrieved by a parent/carer at the end of the Academy day. We will not be held responsible for lost or stolen items, and therefore encourage students not to bring these items to the Academy.

Please download our online safety guidance and advice for parents from Norfolk Constabulary.

A helpful resource for parents from Norfolk Safeguarding Children Board and parental advice from the Rose Project, a local group supporting young people.

You may also be interested in this useful website from the NSPCC, Keeping Children Safe




Alice’s story, A Victim of CSE


Further useful resources:


How can you safeguard children from sexting


Safer Schools Partnership


Keeping Children Safe in Education


Working Together to Safeguard Children


Do You Sext? from Norfolk Constabulary


NSPCC NetAware


Child Sexual Information leaflet from Norfolk Safeguarding Children Board

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