If the Academy is closed due to COVID please be aware of procedures for reporting any safeguard concerns for any child. Click here for more details.
During any closure key staff members will always be monitoring and making communication with parents and outside agencies, please do contact us through the details attached.
Remote learning will be taking place via TEAMS, all students are aware of how to access these lessons, they will include pastoral tutor meetings and Life Skills support.
The Academy functions with safeguarding as a priority. All staff are trained regularly and very clear procedures are in place as stated in our policy.
The Academy follows the Lincolnshire Safeguarding Board and have close relationships with all agencies.
Students are guided through our Life Skills programme to be aware of dangers and encouraged to talk.
Healthy and Respectful Relationships ( covering peer-on-peer abuse )
Our aim is to ensure that students feel safe and understand physical/ sexual harassment and discrimination are not tolerated.
Our aim is to educate students about bullying, aggressive, and derogatory language which is totally unacceptable.
Extremism & Radicalisation:
Our safeguarding policy covers protecting and educating our students against extremism and radicalisation. This is covered in our Life Skills work and we provide parents with an information leaflet which can be viewed online here.
Concerns are reported in the same way as any other safeguarding concern as stated in our policy.
Internet Safety is a massive area for supporting students to make the right decisions especially in keeping safe on-line on different sites, with special reference to nudes and streaming of videos. We have our own Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) trained expert, Mr G Walker & Mrs C Cox,(Sleaford campus) Mr G Howell (Ruskington campus) who leads assemblies and parent sessions regularly at the Academy. This is a Life Skills topic covered by all students during the year. We also have an annual Internet Safety Awareness Week.
The Academy internet service is filtered. We monitor usage to ensure that all accessed content is appropriate.
At St George’s we uphold traditional British values driven through assemblies and across the curriculum. Full details can be found here.
"Keep them safe" is a free online learning tool from Pace and Virtual College which has been accessed by more than 29,000 parents and professionals (as of March 2016).
Although the course is aimed at parents, safeguarding professionals will also find this 20-30 minute e-learning training course a valuable source of information.
If you are interested in this course, please click here.
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