Meet the Safeguarding Team
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Deputy Safeguarding Lead
Designated Teacher for Looked After Children: Sarah Deakin
Safeguarding Statement for Parents and Carers
Tudor Grange Primary Academy St James ensures that all children learn in a safe, caring and enriching environment. Children are taught and offered support to keep themselves safe, to develop positive and healthy relationships and to avoid situations where they might be at risk, including being exploited by others.
We have a statutory responsibility to share any concerns we might have about a child in need of protection with other agencies and in particular with police, health and children’s services. Schools are not able to investigate concerns but have a legal duty to refer them. In most instances, we will be able to inform the parents/carer of the need to make a referral. However, sometimes we may be advised by Children’s Social Care or police that the parent/carer cannot be informed whilst they investigate the matter. We understand the anxiety parents/carers feel when they are not told about any concerns from the outset. We always follow legislation that aims to act in the best interests of the child.
If you have any questions about this information, please speak to a member of staff.
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Safeguarding News & Events
22.10.20- Gaming Advice: League of Legends
National Online Safety have produced an information sheet about the video game ‘League of Legends’. This is a great source of factual information and safety tips for parents of children engaging in this game. Please click here to access the resource.
03.11.20- Panorama: Is TikTok Safe?
On Monday 2nd November, the BBC aired a Panorama programme entitled ‘Is Tiktok Safe?’. This was specifically discussing how safe it is for young users of the social networking app. It was very informative but is quite upsetting and disturbing in parts. It is a ‘must watch’ for parents whose children are using TikTok. Please follow the link below to watch on BBC iPlayer.
04.02.21- National Online Safety
National Online Safety have produced a series of free workshops accessible through their website. The series supports parents to understand the different risks that children might experience at different ages in order to help parents to feel confidence and empowered to keep their children safe online.
EYFS and KS1 (ages 4-7): https://nationalonlinesafety.com/courses/online-safety-klass-for-parents-and-carers-ages-4-7
KS4 and beyond (ages 14-18): https://nationalonlinesafety.com/courses/online-safety-klass-for-parents-and-carers-ages-14-18-1
March 2021- #Wearethinkingofyou Solihull
Solihull Local Authority have produced a guidance document for parents to signpost of possible sources of support. The document can be found by clicking here.