Tenterfields Primary Academy, Tenterfields, Halesowen, B63 3LH
Part of Windsor Academy Trust
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Safeguarding and Wellbeing

All organisations that work with or come into contact with children should have safeguarding policies and procedures to ensure that every child, regardless of their age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation, has a right to equal protection from harm. Tenterfields Primary Academy is committed to keeping children safe.

Designated Safeguarding Leads

  • Mr D Wade - Deputy Head Teacher - DSL Lead 
  • Miss L Buffery - Executive Headteacher  - Deputy DSL Lead
  • Mrs L Taylor - Deputy DSL Lead

Keeping Children Safe in Education 

At Tenterfields Primary Academy we work hard to ensure our students are safe, happy and supported in fulfiling their potential, both academically and personally.  We have therefore compiled this page of useful websites which will offer further support, guidance and advice for anyone with a concern.

Useful Websites

Useful Links

Hate Crime App for parent/carers:

Go to the app store or google play, type in Hate Crime and search for West Midlands Police Hate, then get the App. The contents of the App has a number of other languages available. The App provides the most accurate advice and tells you how to report hate crime.

Anti-Bullying 

Child Safety

Child Sexual Exploitation

Domestic Violence

Drugs

E-Safety

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

Forced Marriage

Hate Crime App

  • Go to the App Store or Google Play and search for West Midlands Police Hate, then get the App. The App provides the most accurate advice and tells you how to report hate crime and includes several languages.

International Child Abduction

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans

  • Stonewall, the leading charity and organisation for the LGBT+ community, have produced advice for parents/carers who think their child may be gay

Local Authority Safeguarding Information

Mental Health

Self-harm

Advice for Parents

Anti-Bullying

We are very proud to be part of The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassador scheme.  Following on from our fantastic training, where four children attended the Anti-Bullying Ambassador training over two days, we have now extended our team and have launched our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors team in school. 

We have a team of ten pupils from Years 1 to Year 6, who have taken on this very important role in our school.  As ambassadors, our students are on duty at break and lunchtimes, being a friend to those children who may need it.  They will help to organise special days such as friendship and kindness days and they will lead assemblies, such as the Anti-Bullying week assembly.