Schools are able to access appropriate advice and suitable provision for those young people with the highest needs when they need it.
The entry route and criteria for admission are explicit and transparent.
Further guidance and reading, please click to download document required:
Term Dates 2023-2024 (pdf)Download
CURRICULUM STATEMENT (pdf)Download
Ofsted Report 2020 (pdf)Download
Ofsted Report 2017 (pdf)Download
Bullying a Guide for Parents and Carers (pdf)Download
Definitions/Signs of Child Abuse (pdf)Download
Early Help Strategy 2018 - 2021 (pdf)Download
FGM Statutory Guidance July 2020 (pdf)Download
Guidance Safer Working Practice May-2019-Final (pdf)Download
KCSIE 2023 (pdf)Download
Knife Crime Safeguarding Children and Young People (pdf)Download
Mental Health and Behaviour in Schools (pdf)Download
MSB Forced Marriage Protocol August 2018 (pdf)Download
Revised Prevent Duty Guidance April 2021 (pdf)Download
Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Between Children in Schools and Colleges (pdf)Download
Vodafone is committed for everyone to get the most out of tech and enjoy happy and safe digital lives. With regularly updated articles and expert advice, here you'll find plenty of resources and support - helping you make the right digital choices for your family.
Facebook is a social networking website where users can post comments, share photographs, and post links to news or other interesting content on the web, chat live, and watch short-form video. Please click below to read the parents guide to Facebook.
As a must-have in every young persons arsenal of social media profiles, we need to understand Instagram’s pros, cons, risks, and impacts. Parent Guides are your one-stop shop for guidance, please click below to find out more.
Read the online gaming basics to get the latest advice to understand the world of online gaming, what children are actually doing while they are gaming and encourage young people to game safely and responsibly online.
There is help and support to adults worried about the radicalisation of a child, if you want to raise concerns, need help recognising warning signs and, where possible, highlight local support services that are available.
A positive experience on Snapchat ultimately depends on how it is used. It is important to talk to children about being thoughtful while using social media. Remind your child that they should speak to a trusted adult when they see something that concerns them. Click below to learn more about Snapchat.
Thinkuknow is an education programme from the National Crime Agency's CEOP Command. Since 2006, Thinkuknow has been keeping children and young people safe by providing education about sexual abuse and sexual exploitation.
Underage gambling is becoming an increasing problem and comes in many forms. Young people are generally more exposed to online gambling through advertising and social media and the influence of family among other factors can lead young people to gamble.
When you think about it, having a YouTube channel isn't that much different from a talent show. It allows kids to showcase their talents, thoughts, and interests. YouTube provides a platform for children to express themselves that didn't exist for previous generations.
Further information can be found at:
Child Safety Online (pdf)Download
Cyberbullying Conversation Starters 11-13-years old (pdf)Download
Cyberbullying Conversation Starters 14 years old (pdf)Download
Gaming Advice Teens (pdf)Download
How to Support a Child Groomed Online (pdf)Download
Instagram How to Guide (pdf)Download
Live Streaming and Vlogging (pdf)Download
Online Grooming What Parents Need to Know (pdf)Download
Online Pressures Secondary School (pdf)Download
Reporting Self-Harm on Social Platforms (pdf)Download
Sexting Parental Guidance (pdf)Download
Stop It Now Harmful Sexual Behaviour Prevention (pdf)Download
Tips to Build a Good Online Reputation (pdf)Download
Using Tracking and Location Settings on Kids Devices (pdf)Download
Vodafone Digital Parenting (pdf)Download