Weston Favell Academy and Greenwood Academy Trust take their responsibilities to safeguard the welfare of children, young people and adults very seriously. All staff, irrespective of their role, are committed to ensuring all individuals in the Weston Favell Academy community are kept safe, free from harm and have their needs and welfare promoted at all times.
Should you or your child have any concerns about the welfare of any pupil, please contact Weston Favell Academy's Safeguarding Team - firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Safeguarding Team:
Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) - Sarah Lightbody
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) and Online Safety Lead - Jo Watson
Safeguarding Officer for Years 7 and 8 (DDSL) - Amy Harriman email@example.com
Safeguarding Officer for Years 9 and 10 (DDSL) - Jade Stevens
Safeguarding Officer for Years 11 and Sixth Form (DDSL) - Rochelle O'Connor firstname.lastname@example.org
Designated Teacher for Looked After Children (DDSL) - Anna Mustoe email@example.com
Sexual Abuse within Schools: Child on Child Abuse, Sexual Violence and Harassment and Harmful Sexual Behaviour:
Our position as a trust and within all our academies is clear: sexual violence and sexual harassment are never acceptable, will never be tolerated and are not an inevitable part of growing up. Such behaviour will never go unchallenged or become accepted and we remain committed to working openly and transparently to promote mutual respect. We will always act on concerns raised
Our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy has guidance within it around the indicators of child-on-child abuse and harmful sexual behaviour along with our response procedures. All relevant Safeguarding Policies are available on individual academy websites.
All pupils are taught the Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) curriculum.
You can also get further advice on safeguarding children by calling our partners at the MASH (Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub) team on 0300 126 7000, 24 hours a day.
Please note, if you have an urgent concern about the safety of a child, please call the police on 999.