The David Ross Education Trust

David Ross Education Trust schools create a rich and exciting learning environment that inspires students to become their confident, academic best.

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Humberston Academy

Humberston is an outstanding academy proud of our exceptionally high standards and traditional ethos. We offer a diverse enrichment programme in order to develop skills outside of the classroom.

Safeguarding

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

Safeguarding Information

Visitor Pass
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.

First Aid
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’.

Photographs
Taking photographs whilst on school site is not permitted without the prior approval from the Principal.

Toilets  
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.

 

Support Services

Family Hubs

Family Hubs bring together support from services including Surestart children’s centres, health visiting, school nursing, integrated family support, early help and some youth provision. They work with partners and community across North East Lincolnshire to identify and offer services for children and young people from pre-birth to adulthood.

Visit the Website

Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)

Download the Contact Form

Together for All – Thresholds of Need

The thresholds of need details how we work together to support and safeguard children and families including:
• The thresholds for access to services to support actions required to improve outcomes for children
• How the partnership ensures that children and families get the right support at the right time
• Identifies the crossing points between early help, safeguarding and child protection

All agencies are responsible for helping families by empowering them to find their own solutions with a little extra help that can be offered by a range of different services.
Where an agency feels they need support from other agencies to help a family a contact form can be used to request additional support from across the partnership. You will need to be clear about the help that is needed.

When a multi-agency assessment is required to inform planning and ascertain if there needs to be a coordinated, targeted response to support a family at an early help level an Early Help Assessment and Plan must be completed by the referring agency and sent to ehbusinesssupport@nelincs.gov.uk.

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.

Professional capabilities framework

Agency Contact Form and Early Help Assessment Plan

All agencies are responsible for helping families by empowering them to find their own solutions with a little extra help that can be offered by a range of different services.

Where an agency feels they need support from other agencies to help a family a contact form can be used to request additional support from across the partnership. You will need to be clear about the help that is needed.

When a multi-agency assessment is required to inform planning and ascertain if there needs to be a coordinated, targeted response to support a family at an early help level an Early Help Assessment and Plan must be completed by the referring agency and sent to ehbusinesssupport@nelincs.gov.uk.

Advice

N E Lincs Exploitation Risk Assessment Tool
CSE National Working Group Tool
HSB Practice Guidance and Procedure – Updated May 18
Neglect Assessment Tool
NELC Contact form
Access Pathway Referral Form
Body Map 
Fraser Competency Checklist
Early Help Assessment Plan (blank without guidance) May 2019
Early Help Assessment Plan with guidance May 19
Family Hubs Offer 2019
Prevention and Early Intervention strategy
Together for All Thresholds of Need 2019
Thresholds of Need Guidance
Thresholds of Need on a Page

CCE & CSE Guidance

N E Lincs Exploitation Risk Assessment Tool
CSE National Working Group Tool
NELC Contact form
GRAFT Handbook

 

E-Safety Advice

NSPCC

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

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk
• 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.

Internet matters

https://www.internetmatters.org
• Online safety issues
• Advice by age
• Setting controls
• Guidance and resources
• Schools resources

TikTok

MoMo

Instagram

Fortnite

Useful Resources

E-Safety Assembly

 

Keeping Safe

Child Accident Prevention Trust

Safety advice for inside and outside the home to help prevent accidents.

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NSPCC

Resources for parents to help make difficult conversations with children easier.

Visit the Website

Barnardo’s

A range of support and advice for vulnerable children, topics include fostering and adoption, young carers, sexual exploitation, child poverty and domestic violence.

Visit the Website

The Hide Out and Women’s Aid

Understand domestic abuse and where to get help if it’s happening to you.

Visit the Hide Out Website

Visit the Woman's Aid Website

Safer Internet

The latest tips, advice and resources to help children and young people have a safe and positive time online.

Visit the Website

Child Exploitation and Online Protection

How to report online abuse.

Visit the Website

Net Aware

Your guide to social networks, apps and games.

Visit the Website

 

British Values & Prevent

British Values & Prevent Presentation

Educate Against Hate

Prevent Referral Form

Download the Referral Form

Cyber Prevent

Download the Cyber Referral Form

 

Local Authority Guidance & Support

REPORT A CONCERN
http://www.safernel.co.uk/do-you-have-a-concern
PREVENTION & EARLY HELP
http://www.safernel.co.uk/staying-safe-and-prevention/prevention-early-intervention