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Our Safeguarding Team

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Mrs Karen Dobson

Designated Safeguarding Lead 

Executive Headteacher

Mrs Anna Smith

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Designated LAC teacher

Head of School/SENDCO

Mrs Andrea Glossop Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead Pastoral Manager

Senior Mental Health Lead

Mr Andrew Searson
Designated Safeguarding Lead
Support Teacher

Useful Contacts and Links

Further information on our local safeguarding partnerships and arrangements with Rotherham Local Authority can be found at

For pupils

Think U Know

This website includes different sections designed for children and young people aged 5-7, 8-10, 11-13 and 14+, ensuring that children and young people are taught about CSE using the appropriate resources and terminology for their age. For more information, visit:


This national crime agency website can be used to make a report when a child is worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with them online. For more information, visit:

CSE the Signs

Within this website there is a specific section designed for teaching children about CSE, including in relation to spotting warning signs, developing healthy relationships, staying safe, getting help and busting CSE myths. For more information, visit:

For parents

Parents Protect!

A child sexual abuse awareness and prevention website created by the child protection charity Lucy Faithfull Foundation and Stop it Now! Campaign. This site provides information on CSE and where to get help, as well as a list of useful contacts. For more information, call 0808 1000 900 or visit:

CSE the Signs

Within this website there is a specific section designed for parents regarding recognising the signs of CSE, keeping your child safe online and how to access help and support for your child. For more information, visit:

Safe and Sound Group

This organisation fighting CSE has created a parent support resource pack providing various sources of useful information regarding supporting a child who is a victim of CSE. For more information, call 01332 362 120 or visit:

For teachers

It’s Not Okay

A CSE related website reinforcing the duty of school staff and the role that schools play in the protection of children and prevention of CSE. For more information, visit:


This online safety website has an area specifically designed for teachers, providing numerous resources to use within the classroom in order to teach children how to use the internet safely. For more information, visit:

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