Safeguarding

William Hulme's Grammar School is proud to promote a safe environment for our students, visitors, staff and our community members.

Mr B A Howarth
Mr B A Howarth

Designated Safeguarding Lead
Vice Principal/Head of Sixth Form


 
Miss J Moran
Miss J Moran

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
(Director of Safeguarding)

 
Mrs K Heaton
Mrs K M Heaton

Primary Phase Headteacher
 
Mr K Khalique
Mr K Khalique

Vice Principal
 
Mrs A Teeling
Mrs A Teeling

School Health Advisor
 

Allegations against Staff

If you suspect or become aware of an allegation of child abuse made against a member of school staff or a volunteer, contact the Designated Safeguarding Lead or the Principal directly or, in the Principal’s absence, United Learning Safeguarding Lead and the Chair of the LGB. The school will not undertake its own investigations of allegations without prior consultation with the LADO (see below). 

Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO)

If you're concerned that a professional or carer has harmed a child, contact Ms M O'Hagan, LADO for Manchester Council, on:

Mr J D Marsden
Chair of Governors
Mr J D Marsden
Mr K Platts
Nominated Safeguarding Governor
Mr K Platts

 

The Chair of Governors and the Nominated Safeguarding Governor can be contacted via the Principal’s PA (Mrs J Carter, email: jane.carter@whgs-academy.org).

 

  • Educate Against Hate - The website brings together the best advice, support and resources available for parents, teachers and school leaders who want to learn how to protect young people from extremism and radicalisation, and is the result of successful collaboration between the following Agencies (and the many other organisations who have contributed resources):

Computers

Guidance for Parents and Carers

It is vitally important that we all work together to ensure that children and young people in our care are aware of the potential dangers when going online or using social media and that they are protected from harm.

There is plenty of help and advice available for parents to keep their child safe when they are online using the internet, both at home and when they are using portable devices such as Blackberries and i-phones. 

You can go to these websites for help:

More than ever we need to be educating young people about the consequences of their actions online and how to better protect themselves from bullying, unwanted attention and inappropriate postings. 

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