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The King’s School safeguarding and child protection policy aims to:

  • Actively promote the well-being of pupils.
  • Safeguard and promote the welfare of children, staff and others who come into contact with the Academy and to protect them from harm.
  • Have clear procedures in place for dealing with and referring concerns about the welfare of any individual and/or allegations of abuse, neglect and/or exploitation.
  • Raise awareness about how to report concerns and how they will be investigated whether they are current or historic in nature.
  • Raise staff awareness about the Academy's safeguarding expectations.
  • Ensure staff are competent to carry out their safeguarding responsibilities and feel supported in this role.
  • Ensure consistent good safeguarding practice throughout the Academy to include the promotion of a zero-tolerance approach to peer-on-peer sexual violence and harassment in which pupils are confident to report it and staff are confident to identify and respond to it.
  • Promote a whole school culture of safety, equality and protection.

If you have a concern that a child is being harmed, is at risk of harm or you receive disclosure either intentionally or unintentionally then you must contact the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL): Mr Justin Dixon (Deputy Head Master) at or on 01476 563180. 

The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL) is Miss Simone Bieber who can be contacted on or on 01476 563180.

Click here to view a copy of our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy.

The following links may be useful to support parents and students.

  1. Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board - Information and advice on how to report safeguarding concerns -
  2. Report Harmful Content Online - This website is provided by UK Safer Internet Centre and operated by SWGfL - 
  3. CEOP - Information on how to protect children from online abuse -
  4. Frank - Information on drugs and where to find support - 
  5. NSPCC - Safeguarding information and support -
  6. Childline - Information and advice -

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