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Ofsted Outstanding School 2012 | 2013
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We believe that our Academy should provide a caring, positive, safe and stimulating environment that promotes the social, physical and moral development of the individual child. We recognise the importance of providing an environment within our Academy that will help children feel safe and respected.

Victory Safeguarding Team

The Designated Safeguarding Lead is:

Miss Tilly Burrows

Contact Details:

Telephone: 01603 742310 Ext 214
Email: t.burrows@ormistonvictoryacademy.co.uk

Reporting Procedure:

Visitors – Please complete a ‘Recording Form for Safeguarding Concerns’. This is available from Reception or any member of the Senior Leadership Team. Return the form in a sealed envelope addressed to Miss Burrows, marked ‘Private and Confidential’ directly or to Reception.

Staff – Please log concerns directly via CPOMS system

In the DSL’s absence the Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads are:

Mrs S Claflin

Student Well-being Advocate

01603 742310 Ext 213

[email protected]victoryacademy.co.uk

Ms V Rush

Safeguarding Officer

01603 742310 Ext 257

[email protected]

Miss J Atkinson

Deputy Safeguarding Lead

01603 742310 Ext 207

[email protected]

Ms V Le Fur

Vice Principal for Behaviour and Attitudes

01603 742310 Ext 205

[email protected]

Mr R Timm

Assistant Principal for Sixth Form

01603 742310 Ext 254

[email protected]

Ms A Waters

Assistant Principal for SEND and Inclusion

01603 742310 Ext 233

[email protected]

Please click on the links below to access information regarding safeguarding.

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

Covid 19 Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

Children Missing Education – Statutory Guidance

Safeguarding Cross Curricular Audit

e-safety information

Keeping Children Safe in Education Part 1

NCC Private fostering guidance

Working together to safeguard children

What to do if you’re worried a child is being abused

How to keep your child safe – guidance for parents & carers

Please click on the links in the sections below to find out more information.

Sexual Violence & Sexual Harassment

Harmful Sexual Behaviour Prevention Toolkit

Cyberbullying Overview
Cyberbullying Checklist
Advice for Parents on Cyberbullying
Risks children face online: Cyberbullying

Social Media
Children and young people’s use of the internet: Advice for adoptive parents
Facebook Guidance
Kik Messenger – Guide for Parents and Carers
ooVoo – Guide for Parents/Carers
Risks children and young people face online: Advice for Foster Carers
Social Media Safeguarding- Pocket Guide
WhatsApp Guide – Guide for Parents and Carers

General E-Safety
Key Stage 3 E-Safety
Online Porn Checklist
Online Grooming Checklist
Perfect Passwords Checklist
Teenagers Checklist
Risks children face online: Online grooming
Teen Pledge for Being Smart Online
Family Contract for Online Safety Parents’ Pledge
Webonauts Game
NSPCC Online Safety for Teenagers
Online Gaming for Staff and Parents
E-Safety Presentation for Parents
Digital Resilience Toolkit for 11-13 year olds

Guide to protecting against extremism and radicalisation
The Prevent duty
UK Government Prevent Duty Guidance for england and wales

Sexting Checklist

Coping with Self Harm Brochure

Domestic Abuse

NCC Domestic Abuse Newsletter – February 2017

NCC Domestic Abuse Newsletter – March 2017

NCC Domestic Abuse Newsletter – October 2017

NCC Domestic Abuse Newsletter – December 2017

NCC Domestic Abuse Newsletter – May 2018

NCC Domestic Abuse Newsletter – February 2019

NCC Domestic Abuse Newsletter – July 2019

NCC Domestic Abuse Newsletter – April 2020

NCC Domestic Abuse Newsletter – May 2020


Advice to Parents and Carers on Gangs

Advice for Parents

Think your child is gay? Answers to some of the questions you may have

Mermaids UK Page

Norfolk LGBT+ Project

Norfolk LGBT+ Project Guide 2022

From Me To You – Support and Advice for Parents and Trans Children


September Return Arrangements for Students

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Online Learning

Posted: 06.01.21

Dear Students, Parents and Carers Please watch the following video where Mrs Ballentine explains what is happening with your online learning

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Coronavirus: back to school

Posted: 27.08.20

The BBC have produced a video guide about returning to school. Please click on the following link and watch the

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