Select language


At the bottom of the page are links to safeguarding agencies.

Our DSLs (Designated Safeguarding Leads) in school are:

Mr Attwood (headteacher, lead); Mrs du Toit (Dep Head teacher, dep);

Miss Harvey (Pastoral Manger, dep); Ms Benn (Learning Mentor, dep).

Should you have any concerns about the safety or well-being of a child,

please ask to make an appointment to one of the above.

CYBERBULLYING: if you find this is happening to your child, we strongly recommend that you contact POLICE and report it.

You can also seek support from:    , 0808 800 5000, email    or Number of children calling ChildLine about exam stress rises by 200 per cent

Don't forget to talk PANTS : a simple conversation to help keep your child safe from sexual abuse. From P through to S, each letter of PANTS provides a simple but valuable rule that can help keep your child safe.

Image result for safety 4 kids  Kidscape - Home    Childnet International  Image result for birmingham community health trust logo


In this time of everything being online, and a huge array of different social media sites/ apps, why not download an app that means you can monitor and restrict time/ sites your child uses? Go to the Apple app store or Google play to download - simple to use and easy to monitor! It also means you can check for anything inappropriate or any types of cyber-bullying. One that our staff use is 'Screen Time', but others can be found HERE 

Also, the NSPCC has a site called NETAWARE, which allows you to put in any app, game or social media and see what rating it is and what you should be mindful of

Image result for keep children safe online   logo-netaware-update

 Image result for birmingham safeguarding board

The Birmingham Safeguarding Children Board (BSCB), a partnership of agencies who work together to prevent child abuse and neglect, have launched a campaign & video to raise awareness that: ‘keeping children safe is everybody’s business’.  (CLICK here to go to their website)

The campaign focuses on raising community awareness of what to do if you are worried about a child and most importantly to encourage members of the public to call Birmingham City Council’s Children’s Advice & Support Service to report their concerns, so action can be taken to safeguard and protect the child.