Alleyne’s Academy recognises its legal duty under section 115 Education Act 2002 (section 157 in relation to academies) and the 1989 Children Act and takes seriously its responsibilities to protect and safeguard the interests of all students. The school recognises that effective child protection work requires sound procedures, good inter-agency cooperation and a workforce that is competent and confident in responding to child protection situations.
Any safeguarding concerns in the school should be made aware to the Designated Person for Child Protection or the Deputy Designated Person.
Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mr Craig Bailey (Assistant Headteacher)
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads are Ms Karen Lockett (Headteacher), Mr Tim Tweats (Deputy Headteacher) and Mrs Heather Broadist (Head of Year)
Nominated Governor for Safeguarding is Mrs Sue Kirsop
We aim to educate students on the dangers of radicalisation by supporting their personal development and building trusting relationships that enable them to discuss ideas.
Parents and students who have concerns about extremism and radicalisation may look to schools as a trusted source of advice on how to keep children safe from these risks.
In addition to materials produced by the Local Authority and the police – such as the new ‘Prevent Tragedies’ online campaign launched by the Police (http://www.preventtragedies.co.uk/) – there are online resources produced by civil society groups which provide valuable advice, for example ‘Families Matter’ (http://www.familiesmatter.org.uk/)