At 绿洲 Academy MediaCityUK we strive to make sure all our students are safe in the Academy, 在家里, 在网上和社区里. Our staff are here to keep our students safe and secure and to promote their personal safety and well-being.
Our commitment to safeguarding encompasses ways how we ensure our students feel secure, 自信独立. The Academy has a duty of care and the right to take reasonable action to ensure the welfare and safety of its students. If a member of staff has cause to be concerned that a child may be subject to ill treatment, 忽视或其他形式的虐待, the Academy will follow child protection procedures and inform Children’s Services of its concern. Wherever possible we will discuss concerns with families and work with them to support the child.
The Board of Trustees for 绿洲 Charitable Trust has ultimate responsibility for 维护 issues. 操作上, this responsibility is delegated to the Group Chief Executive, who leads on policy issues in relation to the safeguarding of children and adults at risk across the 绿洲 Group. Within our Academies there are 维护 Leads who lead on 维护 issues within their locality. They are clear about their role and have sufficient time and receive relevant support, 和培训, which includes close contact with outside agencies including Children’s Services, the Local 维护 Children’s Board and relevant health care organisations.
The Deputy Designated Officers for Child Protection
请 按3 在主线上 (0161 886 6500) 或者输入分机号 73308.
You can also report any Child Protection issues on CP1@oasismediacityuk.org
If you have a concern that a child is being harmed, 是否有受到伤害的风险, or you receive a disclosure (intentionally or unintentionally) you must contact one of the designated safeguarding leads as quickly as possible.
我们的保障政策可在我们的 政策页面 and is reviewed by staff and the Academy Council on an annual basis.
We will ensure all policies and procedures in respect of safeguarding children are up to date and in line with latest DfE legislation. 政策 and procedures are also reviewed and revised by the 绿洲 Board of Trustees on a regular basis.
信息披露 & 除非检查
We follow safer recruitment protocols at every turn. Amongst many procedures in place during the recruitment period, all staff wishing to work or volunteer with us must undergo a DBS check. 绿洲 meets statutory requirements in relation to 信息披露 & Barring Service – all staff and volunteers who work with 绿洲 who meet the ‘regulated activity test’ (Freedoms Act 2012) are required to undergo an enhanced DBS check prior to employment.
All Academy staff and volunteers undertake safeguarding training upon starting in the Academy and receive annual updates as appropriate.
Within the Academy we have first aid trained staff who are available during the day to attend to students who become ill or have an accident.
Parents are asked to provide a daytime telephone number and an alternative emergency contact so that they can be contacted if necessary.
If medicines need to be administered to a student, parents must complete a care plan with our medical officer. All medicines must be stored safely with the medical officer and not be kept on the student.