Safeguarding Quick Tips for Pupils
Acting Deputy Headteacher,
Designated Safeguarding lead,
Designated Teacher for Looked after Children
Mr A MacIntyre – Assistant Headteacher
Deputy Safeguarding Lead
Mr D Martin – Assistant Headteacher
Mr A Lawlor – Behaviour support
Whatever your issue, there is always someone to speak to here at Kirkburton Middle School. If you have concerns about your own welfare, or the welfare of a friend or other, never be afraid to speak to someone.
If you need to speak to someone, go to any member of staff or a Befriender, they will always be willing to help. Ask if you can speak to them about something you are concerned about, or say it is a safeguarding issue.
You can, of course, speak to any adult in school but Mrs Senior and the KMS Safeguarding team will have to be involved at some point if serious allegations are made.
Alternatively you can use the Pupil Help Page on the next tab to contact Mrs Senior or Mr MacIntyre directly.
Safeguarding Quick Tips for pupils
Safeguarding and Child Protection Documents
Reporting a concern about yourself or someone else
Do you have any problems you would like to talk about in private? All messages submitted on this form are sent directly to Mrs Senior and are kept in the strictest confidence. Remember to include identification details if you need Mrs Senior to speak to you. Click here and then select Safeguarding in the first box (it needs changing from Headteacher). If you don't have an email address you can use, just type firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay Safe Online
Have you visited our e-Safety Pages to answer your question or, as above, you can contact Mrs Senior.
Pupil Quick Guide to eSafety