Reporting a Safeguarding Issue
To support our students' safety and wellbeing, we have two ways that you, or members of our wider community can seek help or report an issue:
1. Help button
If you are being bullied, or if anyone you know is being bullied, please report it by sending an email to email@example.com. The information will be sent to our Desigated Safeguarding Leads, Mr Hayden for the Senior School or Mrs Ilhan for the Preparatory School. Please try to include as much detail as you can.
2. Anonymous reporting service
Click here to access our anonymous reporting service for pupils, families and the local community. This enables you to send an anonymous message to a confidential school email account managed by Mr Hayden who works with experienced staff, trained in responding to issues. We will not store any personal information if you use this service. Click here for further details.
Internet safety and CEOP
It is very important that everyone stays safe whilst online. The internet is a great place to learn and communicate with other people. If you have any concerns about anything online please speak to a relative or teacher.
CEOP stands for 'Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre'. The organisation's aim is to eradicate the sexual abuse of children. It is part of UK policing and works with a variety of national and international agencies to investigate wrongdoing. You can access the CEOP website here which is packed full of information for children and parents / carers, as well as additional support and advice here provided by Parent Info from CEOP and the Parent Zone.
Reporting inappropriate behaviour online
You can make a report to CEOP if someone has acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know. It may be sexual chat, being asked to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable or someone being insistent on meeting up. You can report it by clicking here.
Vent, our student support team, created this video to explain what help is available to students both inside and outside school.
As part of our AKS In Conversation series, Mr Hayden (Assistant Head, Pastoral), Mrs Marland (Assistant Head, Student and Staff Development) and Helen Hochkiss, our school Matron, came together to discuss the various ways in which we support student wellbeing.