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Safeguarding Team

We take the safeguarding of our students very seriously at Linslade and the safety and protection of our students is paramount in all that we do on a day to day basis. Our school policy for Safeguarding including Child Protection can be found here:

As a school we ensure that we are compliant with all legislative and statutory guidance, most notably:

  1. KCSIE Jan 2021
  2. Working together to safeguard children 
  3. The PREVENT duty 

Mr Stock, Deputy Headteacher is the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) at the school.

The team (please click on the poster below) which includes Ms Rolt as the Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL),   Mr Gibbs, Ms Cooper, Mrs Wallace and Ms Lee are always willing to support and give advice. 

If you do have any concerns about any of the student’s safety, please contact a member of the Safeguarding Team to discuss your concerns on safeguarding@linsladeac.co.uk or contact The Central Bedfordshire HUB on 0300 300 8585.

Student Awareness

Students are taught about key safeguarding topics through the curriculum.

They explore a whole range of topics through SMSC, Citizenship and RE.  We also explore key themes during form time, where students learn what to do if they are concerned for their own, or others’ welfare.

If you are concerned about sexual behaviour at school. Talk to the school or contact the NSPCC

Letters to parents

Start of term letter

October letter

January Letter

April Newsletter

Risks, signs and protective signs - a parents guide

Keeping Well Service

Friday Family Wellbeing Newsletters

Edition 1

Edition 2

Edition 3

Impact of COVID 

The Office for National Statistics recently published a briefing paper on the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on domestic abuse in England and Wales.

Domestic abuse is often a hidden crime that is not reported to the police. Therefore, data held by the police can only provide a partial picture of the actual level of domestic abuse experienced. Many cases will not enter the criminal justice process as they are not reported to the police.

If you yourself are a victim of domestic abuse or are concerned about someone who is, please contact the Police or use these details below:
Useful contact numbers: 
0300 300 8585 - Ask for the Freedom programme


Useful websites: 




Staff training

All staff receive regular updated and training throughout they year

  • Our Safeguarding team have all completed level three training, which is renewed every two years.
  • Induction sessions for new staff
  • Annual refreshers
  • Training about specific topics on Professional Development Days
  • Regular updates in staff briefings.

Code of Conduct

Working with others

As a school, we are committed to working with other agencies where appropriate, in order to safeguard young people. 

This includes working closely with:

Useful websites and local organisations

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The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children has a comprehensive website for all aspects of safeguarding.  The answers to most questions and concerns can be found on this site.

On 1st April the NSPCC helpline was launched for children and young people who have experienced sexual abuse at school and for parents/professionals who want guidance around this issue.

The link below has some more information on it.




CHUMS Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing Service for Children and Young People provides therapeutic support in a variety of ways.

Its unique service model ensures that they support your whole family wherever possible. CHUMS recognise that parent and carers sometimes need some help too in supporting their children when there is a mental health or emotional wellbeing difficulty.  All the group programmes offer a facilitated parent/carer group alongside the children and young people’s groups.


RELATE (Beds and Luton)

With over 60 years of experience Relate Bedfordshire and Luton continues to help people strengthen their relationships and pick up the pieces and start over again, as well as supporting couples, young people and families before things reach crisis point.

The services can support your relationships through all the stages of your life; from being a child, through to your teenage years, becoming a couple, a parent, a grandparent and retiring into old age. Relate aim to build and strengthen your relationships, not just provide a crisis service.



Childnet International, a non-profit organisation working with others to help make the internet a great and safe place for children. You will find all the information you need to keep your child safe online.


TACTIC open to 12-19 year olds
Drop in service in town for advice and information. They offered counselling on site via chums. Peer mentoring and youth worker mentoring. 
The youth worker mentoring can happen in school and lasts for 6 sessions.
Phone 01525 373838
Facebook TACTIC
Offers in-school groups for year 8 pupils to help build resilience.
Referrals to these groups are via school.
More information can be found on www.4ypuk.com

Have a concern?

If you have any concerns about the welfare of a child in the school, please contact the safeguarding team on  safeguarding@linsladeac.co.uk 

Linslade School

Mentmore Road, Leighton Buzzard,
Bedfordshire LU7 2PA

T: 01525 372640 | F: 01525 851437
Pupil Absence: 0845 357 0159
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