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Safeguarding

At Khalsa Secondary Academy we take safeguarding extremely seriously, our priority is the safety and welfare of all the students in our care.

THE SAFEGUARDING TEAM

  • Designated Safeguarding Lead - Julian Williams (Head of School)
  • Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead - Sandy Wilson (SENCO)
  • Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead - Jagroop Roopra (Assistant Principal)
  • Safeguarding Governor - Anita Singh (Acting chair of governors)
  • Safeguarding Trustee - Nick Singh Kandola (CEO)

REPORTING SAFEGUARDING CONCERNS

  • Students

In the event students have concerns about their own or other students wellbeing and safety they are to report their concerns to any member of school staff and these will be recorded and reported directly to the safeguarding team they may also report directly to the safeguarding team.

  • Parents

In the event parents have concerns about their own or other children's wellbeing and safety they may report their concerns to any member of school staff and these will be recorded and reported directly to the safeguarding team they may also report directly to the safeguarding team. If parents have concerns regarding a member of staff or a leadership team they may report their concerns directly to the safeguarding governor.

Family Support

Parents or carers who may need support or have concerns about their children may seek support from the school or contact the Buckinghamshire Family Support Service or Slough Early Help Service .

https://www.bucksfamilyinfo.org/kb5/buckinghamshire/fsd/parent.page?parentchannel=24

https://www.sloughfamilyservices.org.uk/kb5/sloughcst/directory/directory.page?directorychannel=6_2

The Family Support Services can work with families or children who need help because they are:

  • Excluded from school or having difficulties engaging with education
  • Currently or at risk of becoming NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training)
  • Affected by domestic abuse or parental conflict
  • Demonstrating risk-taking behaviour
  • Impacted by the consequences of substance misuse
  • Affected by poor mental health
  • Impacted by poor attachments or relationships within the family
  • Having difficulty parenting in a consistent way
  • Impacted by financial problems and debt
  • Having difficulty maintaining boundaries and expectations within the home
  • Involved with the criminal justice system
  • Young carers
  • Vulnerable to exploitation
  • In a home environment impacting on the health and well-being of a child

 

  • Staff

Where staff have concerns regarding students safety and wellbeing they are to record their concerns using the appropriate safeguarding documentation and speak directly to a member of the safeguarding team. If staff have concerns about the safeguarding team or head of school they are to report their concerns to the safeguarding governor or trustee. 

 

SAFEGUARDING POLICIES

The key documentation and policies relating to safeguarding at KSA and nationally can be found here

Child protection Policy & Safeguarding Policy

Keeping Children Safe in Education

Working together to safeguard children

 

CHILD ABUSE

Domestic Abuse From NSPCC

Grooming presentation 

Domestic Abuse From NSPCC

FGM NSPCC

Preventing Sexual Abuse

Grooming Parents Guide September 2018

ONLINE SAFETY

There are many great things in the digital world.  However, there are also many dangers.  Please find below useful information and resources to help keep your child/ren safe online in the connected world.

Phishing and online fraud 

Minecraft presentation 

What parents should know about porn

Your child’s first digital steps presentation 

Parenting in the Digital Age

Age ratings presentation

Parental controls presentation 

Keeping Kids Safe Online

Advice for Parents on Cyberbullying

E-safety Punjabi Supporting Young People Online

E-safety Supporting Young People Online English

Fortnite Parents Guide July 2018

Live Streaming Guide

Whatsapp Parents Guide

Youtube Parents Guide

BULLYING & EQUALITY
Bullying presentation 

Statement on Equal Opportunities and Bullying

Bullying Childline Help

PREVENT & ANTI-RADICALISATION

Tackling Extremism in the UK

Website Prevent Duty Guidance

Supporting Children Worried About Terrorism

Parent Pamphlet On The Prevent Strategy

Extremism And Radicalisation UNESCO

 

Please check back soon as this page will be updated frequently with additional information.

To report a safeguarding issue please complete the form below:

Safeguarding Form

Documents