Hareclive E-ACT Academy has a duty of care to keep all of our pupils safe, and adheres strictly to the Keeping Children Safe in Education (September 2016) guidelines.
Safeguarding is a priority for everyone at the academy and it is important that all pupils and concerned adults feel they can ask for help or raise a concern at any time.
Our academy works in partnership with external agencies and professionals for specialised support when needed.
Please see our staying safe online page to read information to help make sure pupils are accessing the internet safely.
- The designated safeguarding lead is Headteacher Kate Richardson
- Michelle Barton and Alison Hendy are the deputy safeguarding leads
- John Spring is the E-ACT regional safeguarding lead
Regional Safeguarding Lead
At Hareclive E-ACT Academy, safeguarding is an integral part of everything we do. If you have any concerns about the safety or wellbeing of a child, please speak to a member of our safeguarding team (above). Our safeguarding expectations are lead by the guidance provided in the Keeping Children Safe in Education document. All staff have read and signed this agreement and it is prevalent in our safeguarding policies and practices. We also cover safeguarding topics and content through our e-safety esense curriculum. Please see the relevant documents below:
We teach children how to stay safe through regular assemblies, our jigsaw PSHE curriculum and our e-safety commitment.
We also have four academy safeguarding ambassadors who work alongside the headteacher to develop ways to ensure childrens’ safety both inside and outside of school.
The below links are some useful sites which also promote safety of children and may support you in knowing who to refer to when reporting a safeguarding incident. They will also show you ways to stay safe online and support you in keeping children safe where you have concerns about different kinds of abuse.
Bristol Safeguarding Children Board