Policies & Procedures

Child Protection and Safeguarding Children

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Designated Safeguarding Lead: Pauline Love Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead: Samantha Lea.

 

Crookhey Hall School upholds a Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy which incorporates Government policy legislation.

Staff are issued a copy of Keeping Children Safe in Education September 2021 and sign to confirm their knowledge and understanding of this document. All staff are aware of their responsibilities for Safeguarding pupils and promoting the welfare of young people.

The Safeguarding policy is accessible to all staff, parents and visitors to the school. The policy provides guidance which sets out clear guidelines and expectations with regards to appropriate relationships between all staff and pupils and includes specific training requirements.

At Crookhey Hall we provide a caring and professional setting in which pupils are given support to ensure their health safety and emotional well-being.

Crookhey Hall has a duty of care and a named Safeguarding lead who has the responsibility to pass on any child protection / safeguarding concerns to the relevant children’s social care services.

Crookhey Hall School participates in the Operation Encompass partnership scheme, between local schools, academies, colleges, community health agencies, and Lancashire Police to find out more about this please visit www.operationencompass.org or contact Pauline Love on 01524 792618.

Letter to parents-Operation Encompass

Please follow the link below to view the latest DfE document, regarding Safeguarding Children in Education.

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ONLINE SAFETY

We pride ourselves with ensuring that our pupils are safe when accessing the internet for online learning and collecting resources for lessons.  Below are some useful information links for parents/carers or, guardians to access for general tips and important things to look out for when your children are online at home.

E-Safety Policy Crookhey

Parental guides to online safety

https://www.net-aware.org.uk

https://www.internetmatters.org/parental-controls

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk

https://www.internetmatters.org/hub/esafety-news/new-e-safety-app-for-parents-and-children

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Professionals Online Safety Helpline: https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/helpline/professionals-online-safety-helpline

If you are a professional working with children or young people and have an online safety concern or safeguarding question, you can phone for advice from an online safety expert.

Report Harmful Content:   https://reportharmfulcontent.com/?lang=en

If you have been a victim to or witnessed harmful content online, you can report it via this website. Content can include unwanted sexual advances, online abuse, bullying and pornographic content.

Whisper:     https://swgfl.org.uk/products/whisper/

A communication tool for schools that allows students to report incidents and concerns without worry. Children do not need to give their names or personal details; reports can be made anonymously.

So You Got Naked Online: https://swgfl.org.uk/resources/so-you-got-naked-online/

A free resource that offers children, young people and parents’ advice and strategies to support the issues resulting from sexting incidents.

Childnet   https://www.childnet.com/our-projects/project-deshame

Resources specifically about online sexual harassment as part of deshame. These include resources for educators to use with 9-12 year olds, for use with 13-17 year olds, advice for parents and carers, and advice for young people about online sexual harassment.

Internet Watch Foundation https://www.iwf.org.uk/

You can report images of young children being abused.

Childline https://www.childline.org.uk/info-advice/bullying-abuse-safety/online-mobile-safety/remove-nude-image-shared-online/

Report Remove tool.

 

Complaints

We take all complaints very seriously and have a full complaints  procedure & Policy which is available from the school office or for download below. Initial complaints should be made to the Headteacher, Samantha Lea via telephone on 01524 792 618 or via email to reception@crookheyhallschool.co.uk  If the complaint is concerning the Headteacher please contact James Joyce, Assistant Director for Education on 01204 522667. An appeals process is included in this policy. There was 1 complaint in the academic year 2020/2021.

 

Pupil Premium

Full details of the following policies are available on request by contacting the school office: email reception@crookheyhallschool.co.uk  or call 01524 792618

  • Attendance
  • Care and Control
  • Equal Opportunities
  • Homework
  • Internet Access
  • Schools Exploitation
  • Schools Harmful Sexual Behaviour
  • School Visits
To download our latest Ofsted report please click the button below:

 

Ofsted Inspection Report