At Kendrick we believe that every student has, at all times and in all situations, a right to feel safe and protected from any situation or practice that results in a student being physically or psychologically damaged.
As a consequence:
- We accept that all staff are an integral part of the student safeguarding process
- We accept totally that safeguarding students is an appropriate responsibility for all staff and the Governing body and wholly compatible with pedagogic responsibilities
- We recognise that safeguarding children in this school is a responsibility for all staff including volunteers and the governing body
- Will ensure that all staff in the school are aware of the possibility that a student is at risk of suffering harm, and know how to report concerns or suspicions
- Will designate a senior member of staff, the Headteacher, who is responsible for coordinating action within the school and liaising with other agencies
- Will safeguard the welfare of children whilst in the school and take positive measures to address bullying
- Will share our concerns with others who need to know and assist in any referral process
- All staff are given training every three years (training took place September 2014
- New staff receive training within one month of joining Kendrick
|Designated Officer||Mr Nick Simmonds, Designated Safeguarding Lead|
|Deputy Designated Officer||Mrs Gill Hearn, Head of Sixth Form|
|Deputy Designated Officer||Mr Will Stride, Head of Year 11|
|Deputy Designated Officer||Mme Sylvie Hulley, Head of KS3|
|Deputy Designated Officer||Mrs Jo Hackett, Attendance and Welfare Officer|
|Safeguarding Governor||Mrs Julia Drury|
Worried about a child?
If you are concerned about a child at Kendrick School please email email@example.com or telephone 0118 9015859.
Children can contact Childline any time to get support themselves.
In an emergency please call 999 or or in a non-emergency call 101.