At Uffculme School we take our duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children extremely seriously.
For more information about MASH please see their website by clicking on the link - MASH
- Advice from CEOP on keeping children safe online
- Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
- Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy Annex - Coronavirus
- E-Safety Policy
- ThinkuKnow; Keeping Your Child Safe Online Whilst They Are Off School
- Social Media Safety Guide
- Reporting a Concern about a Young Person
- Managing Allegations Against Adults Working with Children or Young People
- Operation Encompass
- Preventing Radicalisation Policy
Student Welfare Documents
- FACTSHEET: The Good Sleep Guide
- FACTSHEET: Why Screens Stop You Getting a Good Night's Sleep
- Internet Safety Tips
- Keeping Children Safe Online
- E-Safety when using WhatsApp and Snapchat
- Building Confidence and Self Esteem Part 1
- Building Confidence and Self Esteem Part 2
- Anxiety? No Fear!
- First Aid for Anxiety
- Understanding and Supporting Anxiety in your Child
- Supporting a Child with Anxiety - VIDEO
- Parent & Carer Guide to Revision & Exams
Managing allegations against adults working with children or young people
Local Area Designated Officers (LADO) provide advice and guidance to employers and voluntary organisations that have concerns about a person working or volunteering with children and young people who may have behaved inappropriately or if information has been received that may constitute an allegation.
If you consider a LADO referral is needed:
- Gather the relevant information: the name, date of birth and home address of the ADULT connected to the allegation/incident; the child/children's details (LADO procedures cannot begin without this information)
- It is advisable that you initially discuss the details with the Designated Child Protection Officer (Mr C Lepper) and record/log the details in your relevant records
- They will also need your name, your organisation's address and the role you have in your organisation
- Once you have this information, call Exeter (01392) 384964
For more information please visit the Local Area Designated Officers website.