Our Safeguarding Team is comprised of:

Designated Safeguarding Lead:  Mrs C Duggan –  Principal

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads are:

Mr M West – Assistant Principal

Mrs R Richardson – SENCO

Mrs A Simpson – Pastoral Lead

Mr C Beedie – Teacher

Miss R Wandowski – Year 4 Lead

People Who Help 

Aspirations Academy Safeguarding  Details

Safeguarding Policy

Schoolwatch Procedures

Virtual School Guidance

Handout – Online Safety for Parents

Keeping Children Safe in Education pt.1

Operation Encompass

Educate Against Hate – Prevent duty for parents

Anti-Bullying Alliance: Information for parents

NSPCC: Information for parents on Child Exploitation (Criminal and Sexual)

Parent information about child-on-child abuse


Safeguarding Explained In Other Languages

If you require the Keeping Children Safe in Education document in another language, please follow the link below.

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safer schools community team

The SSCT is a partnership between Dorset Police, The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and Dorset Combined Youth Justice Service with a remit to prevent/reduce anti-social behaviour, crime and wrong-doing amongst children and young people and help keep them safe in a digital world.

The SSCT have a website with lots of great information such as links to other agencies, video resources and free online safety educational resources.


County Lines

What are county lines?

County lines is the term used to describe urban gangs supplying drugs to other parts of the UK using dedicated mobile phone lines. The gangs are likely to exploit children and vulnerable adults in order to move and store drugs and money. To do this they will often use coercion, intimidation, violence and weapons.

The deal line is often treated as a ‘brand’ for the gangs who generally focus on supplying Class A drugs like heroin or crack cocaine.

An operating base is an essential feature of county lines gangs. They will regularly exploit vulnerable people, by building up a debt or using threats and violence in order to take over a person’s home. This practice is commonly referred to as ‘cuckooing’.

Dorset Police is working with The Children’s Society to better understand the needs of vulnerable children so we can protect those who most need our help.

Please read the following PDF.

County Lines Briefing March 22

Safeguarding Explained In Other Languages

If you require the Keeping Children Safe in Education document in another language, please follow the link below.

KCSIE Translate

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