Safeguarding and E-Safety

"All staff take their responsibility to keep pupils safe seriously. They are well trained to spot any problems early." - Ofsted, November 2019

Mrs E Williams is the Lead Designated Safeguarding Officer (Assistant Head Teacher)

Mr D Hardy – Designated Safeguarding Officer.  (Head Teacher)

Mrs. T Gibson – Deputy Designated Safeguarding Officer.  (Lead Science Learning Officer)

Mrs. N Jelley – Deputy Designated Safeguarding Officer.  (Deputy Head of Year 11)

Rachael Powis/Jemma Parkinson/Ildiko Kiss, Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO)

At Sir Robert Pattinson Academy we continue to take our safeguarding responsibilities seriously and will be providing safeguarding support to our pupils and parents during the current disruption. Designated Safeguarding Leaders can be contacted via telephone during school hours or via email out of hours. Should there be issues that children wish to access support about during what will be a stressful and uncertain time, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Safeguarding leads can be contacted at 01522 882020 or via email at

Alternatively, if you believe that a child or adult may be a victim of neglect, abuse or cruelty call:

Children’s safeguarding – 01522 782111 (Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 6.00pm)

Adults’ safeguarding – 01522 782155 (Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 6.00pm)

or 01522 782333 (outside office hours)

You do not need to know everything about the situation. You may just be worried or feel that something is not right.

If you believe that a crime has been committed and there is an immediate risk of danger, call the police on 999 or 112.

If there is no immediate danger, call the police on 101.

People who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired can use the police typetalk service on:

01522 558263 or, 01522 558140 or, 07761 911287

If you have a concern about domestic abuse, call EDAN Lincs on 01522 510041.

The Governors of Sir Robert Pattinson Academy have adopted the following Child Protection Policy and Procedures.

  • Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
  • Prevent Protocol
  • Safeguarding – A Guide for Parents & Carers
  • E-Safety Policy
  • External Links

  • Information sharing; advice for practitioners providing safeguarding services to children, young people and carers
  • FGM Mandatory Reporting
  • The Prevent Duty
  • What to do if you’re worried a child is being abused
  • Working Together To Safeguard Children 2018
  • Keeping Children Safe In Education 2020
  • Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board
  • Educate Against Hate
  • CEOP
  • Operation Encompass
  • Cyber Safety – Useful Websites



    Internet is a parents’ guide which gives social media tips for parents. the guide has handy tips to help you have open and honest conversations with them about using social media, from posting selfies to chatting and online gaming.


    Net Aware is a parents’ guide to the social networks children and young people use. Stay up to date and keep your child safe in today’s digital world.


    Sites for parents with advice about all the technology including advice on smartphones, gaming devices, internet enabling devices for example ipods, ipads. Also how to set Parental controls and general safety tips for safer internet use.

  • CEOP RESOURCE: NUDE SELFIES: What Parents and Carers Need to Know

    Sites for Children and Young People


    Cyber Security Guides

  • 7 Conversation Topics
  • Facebook Messenger Parent Guide
  • Family Learning Leaflet
  • FIFA Parent Guide
  • Fortnite Parent Guide
  • Instagram Parent Guide
  • Live Streaming Parent Guide
  • Mental Health Social Media Guide
  • Minecraft Parent Guide
  • Tumblr Parent Guide
  • Youtube Parent Guide
  • Playstation Network Parent Guide
  • Reddit Parent Guide
  • Roblox Parent Guide
  • Screen Addiction Parent Guide
  • Sexting Parent Guide
  • Snapchat Parent Guide
  • Steam Parent Guide
  • Tinder Parent Guide
  • Twitter Parent Guide
  • VPN Online Safety Guide
  • Online Bullying Guide
  • WhatsApp Parent Guide
  • Xbox Live Parent Guide
  • YOLO Parent Guide

  • ‘Whats the Problem? A guide for parents of children and young people who have got into trouble online’

    This 32 page booklet covers some of the issues which parents may struggle with, when dealing with the children and young people regarding online safety. Using clear and simple language, it explains what the issues are and gives straight forward advice, signposting to other websites and also directing parents to various helplines.

    The final part of the booklets helps the parents complete a ‘family safety plan’ looking at staying safe as a family.

    Provider Lucy Faithful Foundation

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