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    Together Students Achieve


    The Sutton Academy is a safe and welcoming environment where all students are respected and valued. Our moral and statutory responsibility promotes the welfare of ALL of our Students and concerns are treated with paramount importance.

    All staff at The Sutton Academy receive training to recognise and report signs of abuse and neglect. This includes up to date training on Keeping Children Safe In Education (KCSIE) which is delivered annually, to ensure all of the latest policies and procedures are being followed by staff.

    Safeguarding procedures are embedded with staff, ensuring effective support and protection for all students.

    The Sutton Academy Safeguarding Team

    Miss Seddon Mrs Potter Miss Tickle

    Assistant Principal
    Designated Safeguarding Lead
    Safeguarding Officer Safeguarding Officer
    Mrs Bibby Mr Friar Mrs Boylan

    Head of Year 7 Head of Year 8 Head of Year 9
    Miss Keenan Mr Holme Mr D Hughes

    Head of Year 10  Head of Year 11  Assistant Director
    of Sixth Form

    Nominated Safeguarding Trustee - Nicola Kearney

    The DfE have released advice for parents on 'Keeping children safe in education', please see link here.

    Resources for Parents
    St Helens Safeguarding Children
    The Safeguarding Children Partnership is a multi-agency partnership with an independent chair. It's membership is comprised of senior managers from all statutory agencies in St. Helens. It's purpose is to ensure agencies in St. Helens are working together effectively to keep children safe.  
      Healthy Living St Helens
    The Healthy Living Team's overall aim is to make significant ongoing contribution to the improvement of the physical and mental health, well-being and quality of life of the people of St Helens.

    Helping to make the Internet a great and safe place for children. Advice, tips and resources for parents and carers, teachers and young people. 

    Resource, where they offer support online, over the phone and face to face with parents about keeping children safe online.
    Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline.

    We help hundreds of thousands of children, young people, parents and carers via our 800+ services across the UK. 

    Philippi Trust Counselling Service
    Philippi counsellors will help you explore your problems in a non-judgemental atmosphere. Both male and female counsellors are available to help you explore your problems.
      National Online Safety 
    Platform Guides for parents.  Here you will find the most up to date guides for social media apps and platforms. Find out more information about each app and to download useful tips to help keep children safe.
    St Helens Gateway
    One stop shop for all services available in St Helens
      Educate Against Hate 
    This website gives parents, teachers and governors practical advice on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation.

    Please visit our E-Safety section of our website for further useful tips on keeping safe on the Internet.