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Sexual Abuse within Schools: Child on Child Abuse, Sexual Violence and Harassment and Harmful Sexual Behaviour: 

Our position as a trust and within all our academies is clear: sexual violence and sexual harassment are never acceptable, will never be tolerated and are not an inevitable part of growing up. Such behaviour will never go unchallenged or become accepted and we remain committed to working openly and transparently to promote mutual respect. We will always act on concerns raised 

Our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy has guidance within it around the indicators of child-on-child abuse and harmful sexual behaviour along with our response procedures. All relevant Safeguarding Policies are available on individual academy websites. 

All pupils are taught the Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) curriculum. 

The appropriate means for disclosing an allegation of abuse relating to another student is always to inform a member of the specific academy’s safeguarding team directly or a member of the Trust Safeguarding Directorate. In the event that an allegation is made against a member of staff, this must be sent to the Academy Principal or directly to the Trust Safeguarding Directorate. We will always act on concerns raised’.

See KCSIE 2022: Part 5 and Appendix 3 for further information regarding sexual violence and sexual harassment between children and Academy response and reporting procedures.

Please click here for the Greenwood Academies Trust Safeguarding Policy

Click here for a link to statutory guidance on Prevent. 

Early Help Lincolnshire:

Lincolnshire's Early Help Offer identifies the need for help for children and families as soon as problems start to emerge, or when there is a strong likelihood that problems will emerge in the future..

Children Missing Education:

The term children missing education (CME) refers to when a child of compulsory school age is missing from a school or is moving away.  CME could also refer to children who do not have a school place, or where the local authority deems children of school age are not in suitable education.


Mrs C Pilkington-Smith

Designated Safeguarding Lead


Miss R Barker
Deputy Safeguarding & Mental Health Lead

Family Key Workers
Mr K Mulrainey
Miss B Liversidge
Education Welfare Officers




Mrs J Limb Mr A Hickinbottom


Attendance Administrator - Mrs J Gray

Attendance & Behaviour Administrator - Mrs G Marshall