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Safeguarding at Trinity is the responsibility of everyone. We ensure that all children are known to staff, and we work closely with families and external agencies to ensure that the needs of all children are met. We recognise our moral and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children with their best interests at the centre of our work. At Trinity Academy we have a school ethos ‘Freedom through education’ and recognise that this can only be achieved by providing children with a safe and secure learning environment. Our staff are trained on how to recognise early signs of abuse and neglect and know how to respond to concerns regarding any child.

Our children are encouraged to use their voice to speak up because they know they will be listened to and supported. We have a dedicated wellbeing team and pastoral team who provide our children with safe spaces and the opportunity to be heard and respected.  At Trinity we model our values of knowledge, aspiration and respect so that all our children can reach their full potential in a safe and supportive learning environment.

If you have a safeguarding concern about a student, please speak to Ms Briggs, Ms Enegul, Ms Stephen or any other member of staff.

2023-24 Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy


The Safeguarding Team:

Ms Briggs - Senior Vice Principal - DSL:

Ms Enegul - Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead:

Ms Stephen - Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead:

Mr Grabowski - Vice Principal Operations:

Mr Chambers - Head of Year 11:

Ms Blair - Head of Year 10:

Mr Ekhator - Head of Year 9:

Mr Hutt - Head of Year 8:

Mr Larbie - Head of Year 7:

Ms Lawlor - Head of Sixth Form:

Phone Numbers & Websites:

Childline: 0800 11 11

CEOP (to report online abuse):

If you would like to make a disclosure, please use the following form to raise your concern.

Please provide as much detail as possible in order for your concern to be investigated: