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The school takes its responsibilities towards the safeguarding of its pupils very seriously, and fulfills the statutory guidance "Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023"

Do you have any concerns about your child or another family? In need of some safeguarding advice? Email:

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Summer 24' Support - Information from Bradford Children's Services

Summer holidays can be a difficult time – the pressure to keep children entertained can actually cause additional stress for families. So as the summer holidays approach, we would like to let you know about some of the exciting FREE or low cost events happening, and other activities and support available across our district over the summer. The website has information and advice pages, a service directory and a What’s On calendar of free and low cost events. Just enter your post code and how far you can travel to find out what’s happening! One of this summer highlights will be 70 free fun day events in parks across the district. All the details are at What's On Search Page - Bradford FYI

If you have a child or children with Special Educational Needs you can visit the website to find information pages and a service directory. Here you can also find the Parents Forum Summer Newsletter and the AWARE summer activities guide.

Our Family Hubs continue to support families over the summer period. There is lots on offer including free sensory room sessions, school nurse drop-ins, school uniform swap shops, benefits advice, SEND support drop-ins , as well as coffee mornings and fun days…it’s all going on! To find out more go to the family hub timetables on the FYI website.

As well as events and activities, the Family Hubs, which are welcoming centres located across the Bradford District, offer family support and advice, which can be a welcome lifeline especially when school is closed. You can email them any time or give them a call or drop in on a weekday for a friendly chat. For all their contact details, visit the family hubs pages on the fyi website.

Safeguarding Teams

DDSL = Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, DSL= Designated Safeguarding Lead

Senior Phase

Mrs Sambrook

Mrs Sambrook

Assistant Headteacher, DSL


Christine Day

Christine Day

Nominated Governor for Safeguarding

Designated Teacher for looked after and previously looked after children

Ms V Sutcliffe


If you need any wellbeing or safeguarding support out of school hours, please see the list of external agencies that can help you below:

  • CALL CHILDLINE: CALL 0800 1111


  • CALL NSPC: 01274 381440


  • CALL SAMARTINS: 116 123


Safeguarding Information - click here

All staff have regular safeguarding training to ensure that pupils can always find someone to talk to when the need arises.

The PSHE curriculum includes a significant safeguarding element for every year group to raise pupil awareness of safeguarding issues in an age appropriate manner. Guest speakers provide further opportunities for students to discuss safeguarding issues in a safe environment.

Pupils, staff and governors all sign an acceptable use policy which outlines responsibility for their online activity. All pupils and staff are aware of the reporting process for any thing that may be worrying them. Parents in the Senior Phase receive regular safeguarding emails providing information about new mobile phone apps / internet games which may be of concern.

The school works in partnership with The School Nurse Team, Educational Psychology Team, CAMHS, Bradford Safeguarding Children’s Board, Children’s Social Care and West Yorkshire Police in fulfilling its duty of care to the children and young people in its community.

Parents are usually involved in conversations around the safety of their child/ children, but there may be occasions where the school seeks advice from other professionals before making contact.

The Senior Phase PSHE programme - click here

The Senior Phase PSHE programme includes safeguarding modules for each year group:

Year Group PSHE topics
7 Running away, truanting, age appropriate reference to grooming, Bullying (1),
Crime and responsibility (1)
8 The work of the NSPCC, Childline, age appropriate reference to domestic abuse, The risks of substance abuse.
9 E-safety, Crime and responsibility (2)
10 Bullying (2) including cyberbullying, Sex and Relationships
11 Safe v abusive relationships, Sexting

School Policies are issued by the school Senior Leadership Team and ratified by the School Governors prior to release – all statutory school policies are published on the website.