At Dixons Trinity Academy, the safety of our students, staﬀ and visitors is of the highest importance. The school takes its responsibilities towards the safeguarding of its pupils very seriously, and fulfils the statutory guidance "Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023". All concerns are reported to the Designated Safeguarding Lead – Miss Welham.
Do you have any concerns about your child or another family? In need of some safeguarding advice? Email: email@example.com.
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The school takes its responsibilities towards the safeguarding of its pupils very seriously, and fulfils the statutory guidance "Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023"
Do you have any concerns about your child or another family? In need of some safeguarding advice? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Useful contact information should you require support or advice:
If you need any wellbeing or safeguarding support out of school hours, please see the list of external agencies that can help you below:
- Call Childline: 0800 1111
- Call Children's Social Care: 01274 437500
- Call NSPC: 01274 381440
- Call Child and Adolescent Mental Health: 01274 723241
- Call Samaritans: 116 123
- Online Chat to Kooth Support: www.kooth.com
In order to support our students and families, it is vital that we support to reduce the risks children encounter online by getting up to date on how they use the internet and other digital platforms. Students must feel safe, which is whether they are at school, at home or using different platforms.
If you need to report something that has happened, or that you have seen online, you can access the following places for help:
- UK Safer Internet Centre - to remove and report harmful and online content
- Child Exploitation and Online Protection– for advice on making a report about online content
There are many organisations that can provides important information, useful resources and guidance and support for families and students.
|National Online Safety
Online safety for the community.
Advice and support for keeping children safe online.
|E-Safety Support||UK Safer Internet Centre
Helping children and young people safe online.
How to keep young children safe online.
Resources, tools, videos and more to support you in talking to your child about their online life.
Children’s safety online and prevention.
Helping children keep safe online.
|Think You Know
Keeping yourself or a child you know safer online.
Family Online Safety.
Helping make the internet a great and safe place for children.
Staying Safe Online
Support for families
All staff have regular safeguarding training to ensure that pupils can always find someone to talk to when the need arises. Please see a list of support availability to families:
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
Emotional support to anyone.
Find services near you.
For free confidential information, support and legal advice on all housing and homelessness issues tel: 0330 0536 083 (calls will be charged)
Largest provider of relationship support in England and Wales.
The forefront of health and wellbeing services for highly vulnerable groups who face social barriers to accessing care.
Use NHS 111 online or call 111 if you think you need medical help right now.
|National Domestic Abuse
The freephone, 24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0808 2000 247
|My Wellbeing College
0800 952 1181 - MyWellbeing IAPT Service is a free NHS service to help people manage everyday problems such as feeling low, having problems sleeping, feeling anxious and experiencing stress.
|Money Advice for Families
Local advice service regarding finances
|Bradford Children's and|
01274 433999 - Out of hours: 01274 431010.
|Citizens Advice Bureau
0844 111 444. To find your local advice centre, click logo
If you would like physical copies of any of the information on our website, please do not hesitate to contact the Academy.