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Reporting a Safeguarding Concern

Are you worried that you or someone else is at risk of harm? Reach out for support now, we'll make sure you get the help you need.


Is someone in immediate danger?
💬 Talk to a member of staff
📞 Call 999


Need to talk to someone?
💬 Talk to a member of staff
💻 Send us a message online


Who can I talk to?

You can talk to any member of staff.

They know what to do and how to keep everyone safe. 

✅ Year Manager

✅ Someone in the kitchen

✅ Someone in the office

✅ Any teacher

✅ A cleaner

✅ Any member of staff

Can I tell you online?

If someone is in danger, it’s really important you tell a member of staff right away or call 999.

If no one is in immediate danger, you can get in touch online and let us know what’s happening.

These online messages are sent confidentially to our Designated Safeguarding Lead who will look at these messages during the school day in term time.


What happens if I ask for support?

We’re creating a culture where pupils are confident to ask for help and support when they need it.

  • We’ll take your report seriously
  • We will be supportive and keep you safe
  • You’re not creating a problem by reporting an incident
  • You should never feel ashamed for making a report
  • We will tell you what will happen next and who the information will be shared with

We can’t promise to keep it confidential, but we’ll only share with strictly those who really need to know.

I’m an adult worried about a child

If you’re worried a child is in immediate danger, please call 999

If you are worried about your own child then please give us a call and ask to speak to the Designated Safeguarding Lead.


If you are concerned about the welfare of another child, get in touch with our local children’s social services:

Safeguarding Children Partnership Stoke-on-Trent