Jubilee Park Academy - Reaching and Believing 



Section 11 of the Children’s Act 2004 places a responsibility on Jubilee Park to safeguard and promote the welfare of our children.  This responsibility complements the statutory requirements placed on the school under Section 157/175 of the Education Act 2002.





In order to meet these expectations the school will ensure that it will :




·         Have a Senior Management Team who are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our children




·         Have a team of staff, volunteers and governors who understand how to protect and safeguarding our children and know how and when they must report concerns about their welfare.




·         Have a clear statement of its responsibility to safeguard our children as defined in a suite of safeguarding policies and any training undertaken with out staff, volunteers and governors.




·         Have clear lines of accountability for staff, volunteers and governors in the school as defined in our child protection policy and other safeguarding policies




·         Ensures that our children are free to express their wishes and feelings through out expectation that Jubilee Park is a listening school and all staff are committed to this ethos




·         Ensure that staff, volunteers and governors access training in relation to the welfare and protection of our children within the expectations of local and national guidance




·         Have robust recruitment procedures which promote the welfare of our children as laid out in the schools recruitment policy and national guidance




·         Work in close partnership with parents/carers and other services concerned with the safeguarding of our children to meet both local and national expectations.


















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