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Safeguarding & Child Protection at Sir Francis Hill

 

At Sir Francis Hill, we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all the children in our care. To ensure that we can deliver on this commitment, all our staff undertake continuous professional development and training in this area. Details of this can be found in our Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy.

 

On this page, you will find links to the following useful documents:-

  • Our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
  • Our Safeguarding Leaflet 
  • The Acceptable Use Policy and Code of Conduct for Parents

 

The Designated Safeguarding Lead Teacher is Miss Caroline Bibby and our deputy safeguarding officers are Mrs Dennis, Mr Fish-Clark, Mrs Revill and Mrs Smith.  All adults who work in school have a responsibility to read, understand and adhere to the Child Protection & Safeguarding policy and related documents, including Keeping Children Safe in Education. All adults have access to all relevant documentation in the Staff Room. 

 

IF YOU HAVE ANY CONCERNS ABOUT ANY OF THE CHILDREN IN OUR CARE, PLEASE CONTACT MISS BIBBY, MRS DENNIS, MR FISH-CLARK, MRS REVILL OR MRS SMITH TO REPORT THESE CONCERNS IMMEDIATELY. ALTERNATIVELY, YOU MAY COMPLETE THE CONTACT FORM BELOW.

 

ALTERNATIVELY, YOU CAN CALL CHILDREN'S SERVICES YOURSELF ON 01522 782111 OR THE POLICE ON 101 IF YOU FEEL A CRIME HAS BEEN COMMITTED TOWARDS A CHILD. 

 

Further information regarding Safeguarding children in Lincolnshire can be found on the Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children’s Partnership website at:- https://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/safeguarding/lscp

 

Information that may be useful to parents can be found at: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/support-for-parents/

 

Information about Cyber-bullying can be found at: https://saferinternet.org.uk/guide-and-resource/cyberbullying-advice-for-parents-and-carers

We have included some useful websites and leaflets for you here, which signpost you to varying agencies that can assist you in Lincolnshire. 

 

Healthy Start Programme 

If you’re more than 10 weeks pregnant or have a child under 4, you may be entitled to get help to buy healthy food and milk.

If you’re eligible, you’ll be sent a Healthy Start card with money on it that you can use in some UK shops. We’ll add your benefit onto this card every 4 weeks.

You can use your card to buy:

  • plain liquid cow’s milk
  • fresh, frozen, and tinned fruit and vegetables
  • fresh, dried, and tinned pulses
  • infant formula milk based on cow’s milk

https://www.healthystart.nhs.uk/frequently-asked-questions/the-new-healthy-start-scheme/ 

 

Acts Trust

This charity runs support projects and programmes that meet the real needs of Lincoln residents, whilst empowering them to discover and deal with the root causes of the need.

https://www.actstrust.org.uk/get-help 

 

EDAN Domestic Abuse Helpline

This is a registered charity that covers the county of Lincolnshire. They provide support and assistance to men, women and children suffering, or fleeing from domestic abuse.

https://edanlincs.org.uk/ or 01522 510041

 

Universal Credit Information

General information about Universal Credit and how to apply and check eligibility can be found at the following address: https://www.gov.uk/how-to-claim-universal-credit

 

Housing Benefit and Council Tax Support (Lincoln City Council)

If you need to contact the Benefits department please use the following e-mail address:  benefits@lincoln.gov.uk

 

The Family Services Directory

An online guide to services and information on local organisations for parents, children and young people. Within this site, you will find a wealth of information about a number of issues, including Education, Health, Housing, Staying Safe and Emotional well-being.

https://lincolnshire.fsd.org.uk/kb5/lincs/fsd/home.page

Useful Website links for parents:

NSPCC

Support and tips to help you keep children safe. From advice on children’s mental health to staying safe online, support for parents and what to do if you’re worried about a child.

 

Internet Matters

From age-specific online safety checklists to guides on how to set parental controls on a range of devices, you’ll find a host of practical tips to help children get the most out of their digital world.

 

Lincolnshire Stay Safe Partnership

Advice for Parents and Carers about the services and support available in Lincolnshire 

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