Humberston Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. Providing a safe environment for all our students, staff and visitors is at the upmost importance to us.
For more safeguarding information and advice please click here.
Our Safeguarding Team
Miss L MannersDesignated Safeguarding Lead
Miss L Manners
Mr R CastleDeputy Safeguarding Lead
Mr R Castle
Mrs J RimmerDeputy Safeguarding Lead (SEN Lead)
Mrs J Rimmer
The red and green visitor passes identify to staff and students which visitors need escorting at all times. They must be worn at all times while at the academy.
A list of first aid trained staff is available at reception.
Fire Evacuation Procedure
If the alarm goes off please exit immediately via the nearest fire exit (do not stop to gather any belongings). Gather at the tennis courts and await further instructions.
Lock Down Procedure
Regular staff have been trained in our lock down procedure. Please follow instructions should we have to activate our lock down procedure.
Any other Evacuation
When the alarm sounds please exit via the nearest fire exit. You will be informed by a member of the SLT / Office where you need to gather.
Use of mobile phones
We respectfully ask that if you need to take a phone call, that you do so away from common areas on school site as we respect a ‘no mobile phone policy’.
Taking photographs whilst on school site is not permitted without the prior approval from the Principal.
Toilets are located opposite the Art Department (C14) or in the Staff Room area.
If you require any further information please contact the school office.
Local Safeguarding Authority
Please click on this link (www.nelincs.gov.uk/safeguarding-and-social-care) to access the Local Safeguarding Children Board in order to access support and/or policies.
Locality Family Hub
Integrated Front Door (MAS)
Together for All – Thresholds of Need
Children’s Workforce Capabilities Assessment
As part of the Council’s Creating Strong Communities Programme there was a recognition that its implementation would require a different way of working within the Council as well as with partners and the local community.
To support this requirement a Children’s Workforce Professional Capabilities Framework (PCF) has been developed to define the knowledge, skills and behaviours required for anyone who works, volunteers or leads work with children, young people and families within North East Lincolnshire.
Multi Agency Referral Form and Early Help Assessment
N E Lincs Exploitation Risk Assessment Tool
CSE National Working Group Tool
Harmful Sexualised Behaviour Practice Guidance and Procedure 2020
Prevention and Early Help Strategy 2019-2021
Multi Agency Referral Form (MARF)
Early Help Assessment 2020
Early Help Assessment 2020 with guidance
Family Plan Review 2020
Family Plan Review 2020 with guidance
Locality Family Hub Offer 2020
Access Pathway Referral Form
Fraser Competency Checklist
Threshold of Need Guidance 2020
Child Criminal Exploitation and Child Sexual Exploitation
Developed across the Humberside Police Force area, ‘Not in our Community’ is a leading campaign that helps young people protect themselves and friends against grooming which leads to sexual and criminal exploitation. Please visit the following website - http://notinourcommunity.org/home-learning/ to watch home learning sessions and for support and guidance on these topic areas.
Please see the below videos aiming to educate young people on the risks of grooming.
suitable for viewers 11+ years
Advice & Guidance for Staying Online
See this website for advice and guidance on the topics below: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/
• Sexting and sending nudes
• Talking to your child about online safety
• Inappropriate or explicit content
• Online games
• Livestreaming and online video apps
• Online porn
• Internet connected devices
• Parental controls
• Net aware
Think U Know
• Think u know is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline.
• Broken down into age groups – 4-7, 8-10, 11-13 and 14+. Plus a parent and children's workforce section.
• Online safety issues
• Advice by age
• Setting controls
• Guidance and resources
• Schools resources
Child Accident Prevention Trust
Safety advice for inside and outside the home to help prevent accidents.
Resources for parents to help make difficult conversations with children easier.
A range of support and advice for vulnerable children, topics include fostering and adoption, young carers, sexual exploitation, child poverty and domestic violence.
The Hide Out and Women’s Aid
Understand domestic abuse and where to get help if it’s happening to you.
The latest tips, advice and resources to help children and young people have a safe and positive time online.
Child Exploitation and Online Protection
How to report online abuse.
Your guide to social networks, apps and games.
British Values & Prevent
British Values & Prevent Presentation
Educate Against Hate
Prevent Referral Form
Prevent Newsletters and Parental Guidance
Local Authority Guidance & Support
REPORT A CONCERN
http://www.safernel.co.uk/do-you-have-a-concernPREVENTION & EARLY HELP