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Safeguarding At Lee Brigg

If you have safeguarding concerns about a child, please contact Wakefield Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) for consultation and advice on 03458 503 503.


Please remember that if a child is in immediate danger, an emergency call should be made (999 on the telephone).

The Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is Clare Holloway (Executive Headteacher)
Email: cholloway@watertonacademytrust.org
Telephone: 01924 893829
The Deputy DSL is Laurabeth Kilkenny (Head of School)
Email: lkilkenny@watertonacademytrust.org
Telephone: 01924 893829


The nominated ASC committee member for child protection and safeguarding is Mr G Bettison
Contact details: email: gbettison@watertonacademytrust.org


The Chair of the ASC (Academy Standards Committee) is Mrs Natalie Godfrey
Contact details: email: ngodfrey@watertonacademytrust.org



This is an Operation Encompass School

Letter to Parents – Operation Encompass

2022 School Newsletter – Operation Encompass

Operation Encompass Website

National Centre For Domestic Violence

Directory of Domestic Abuse Support April 2023

Mental Health & Wellbeing

Parental Information – Online Gaming & E-Safety


Online Safety and Useful Websites for Parents / Carers

Online Safety Policy


Please click on the hyperlinks below for further information:


CEOP Online Reporting
Are you worried about the way someone has been communicating with you online?
Make a report to one of CEOP’s Child Protection Advisors

Educate Against Hate
Government advice and trusted resources to safeguard young people from radicalisation, build resilience to all types of extremism and promote shared values.


E-safety Information for Parents of the Under 5’s
Frequently asked questions, information and tips to help keep under 5’s safe online.



NAPAC (the National Association for People Abused in Childhood) offers support to adult survivors of all types of childhood abuse, including physical, sexual, emotional abuse or neglect.


National Online Safety – 7 Questions to help you start a conversation with your child about online safety
7 questions that will help you start an initial conversation with your child, so you have a better understanding of what they do online and how you can protect them.


Normanton Foodbank

based at Well Project


O2 and NSPCC Helpline Poster
Some issues are easier to talk through. So O2 and NSPCC have set up a free helpline to help keep children safe online.


Parent Info is a collaboration between Parent Zone and NCA-CEOP, providing support and guidance for parents from leading experts and organisations.


Provides mental health support in schools through one-to-one and group counselling using tried and tested methods backed by research.


Prevent Awareness Pamphlet for Parents
Prevent is a government strategy designed to prevent the support of extremist causes.


Share Aware Booklet
We tell children it’s good to share, but online it’s different. That’s why we’re asking parents and carers to be Share Aware.


Social Media Age Restrictions Guide for Parents
Are you aware of the minimum age for account numbers on popular social media sites and apps?


Social Media Guidance for Parents
A practical guide for parents and carers whose children use social media.


Teaching Online Safety in School – DfE
Guidance supporting schools to teach their pupils how to stay safe online, within new and existing school subjects.


Wakefield Safeguarding Children Partnership
The Wakefield Safeguarding Children Partnership (WSCP) is a partnership of all of the relevant statutory, voluntary and community agencies involved in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people living in Wakefield.

The WSCP is the key statutory mechanism for agreeing how the relevant children’s organisations in Wakefield co-operate to safeguard and promote the well-being of children and young people and to ensure the effectiveness of the work they carry out.


Wakefield Safeguarding Children Partnership have created a support page, which includes services who can provide support and guidance throughout this journey. In addition there is a list of resources, helplines and places to find the right help at the right time in Wakefield.


Wakefield Families Together

Wakefield Families Together brings services together, so that it’s easier for you to find and access the support you need, at the earliest opportunity.

We want children, young people, and families to tell us they are happy, healthy, and safe. Wakefield Families Together are about working on your behalf so that if you have a concern about your child or family member, you only need to have one conversation with us, and we can direct you to the right support. You can access this support through your child’s school, family hub, or in the local community.

To help us localise how we work with families across the Wakefield district, we have grouped our teams and partner organisations into six community ‘cluster’ areas, with nine family hubs. You can find your local Family Hub on the Wakefield Families Together website here: Family Hubs – Wakefield Families Together  






























Everyone needs help and support at some point in their life. So, when you do and find it hard to deal with a difficult situation, or have worries around family relationships, behaviour, school attendance, emotional and mental health, domestic abuse, parental conflict, housing issues, or employment and debt problems, Family Hubs can help direct to the right people and services.


Sometimes the concerns you have may need a group of professionals to come together to build a package of support with you and other family members so that we have the right expertise to help the whole family. Find out more about the Team Around the School model here: The ‘Team Around’ approach – Wakefield Families Together


Website: www.wakefieldfamiliestogether.co.uk

Contact: Wakefieldfamiliestogether@wakefield.gov.uk


Watch with your child – ages 4 to 7 years – to learn about Esafety – Jessie and Friends
This series of three animations aims to give 4–7-year-olds knowledge, skills and confidence to help them respond safely to risks they may encounter online.


Watch with your child – ages 7 to 11 years – to learn about Esafety – The adventures of Kara, Winston and the Smart Crew
These cartoons illustrate 5 e-safety SMART rules and include a real-life SMART Crew of young people, who guide the cartoon characters in their quest, and help them make safe online decisions.


WF-I-CAN is a place to find information and advice as well as self-help tips that can increase confidence and resilience.


Your Child’s Online World Booklet O2 and NSPCC
This booklet offers some simple guidance about the risks your child might face online, some advice about what you can do to keep them safe, and where you can go for more help and support.


Please see our Policies page for further information.


Our off-site evacuation point is Altofts Junior School

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