Keeping You Safe

Safeguarding and Keeping Safe

Keeping you safe is our absolute priority and safeguarding is embedded into all aspects of our school. We are committed to keeping you safe both inside and outside of school and have staff (Designated Safeguarding Leads) who are specially trained to deal with issues relating to safeguarding and child protection. As a student of Moreton School you will be aware of who your Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) are, know where to find them and also know that they are available to support you should you ever need them. In addition to our Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs), all of our staff receive regular safeguarding training and are available to you should you feel more confident or comfortable to share your initial concerns with them.

We take extremely seriously our duty of care to you as our students, to your families and to our staff. The aim of our child protection and safeguarding policy is to promote welfare and to make all within our school feel safe. We understand that life isn’t always straightforward and that different people may need different support at different times and our team of staff are here to support you whenever you need.

If you have any concerns about your own safety or that of any other child, please speak to one of our Designated staff listed below or to another adult in the building. If it is outside of school hours/weekends or during holidays then please be aware that Wolverhampton Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub) on 01902 552999 to speak to a Safeguarding Advisor. In addition, a range of external support services are available and are listed below:

Emergency Contact Numbers

Police - 999

Ambulance - 999

Childline - 0800 1111

Samaritans - 01902 420591

Children Safeguarding Concerns

Tel: 01902 555392 – Mon-Thurs 8:30am – 5pm (4:30pm on Fridays)
or 01902 552999 (out of hours)

Online Services

West Midlands Violence Reduction Unit Resources

For Parents & Carers

If you are a parent or carer and you find out your child has been exploited it can be frightening and distressing. But there’s help for you and your family:

PACE work with parents and cares of children who are, or at risk of, being sexual exploited. You can call them for confidential help and advice on 0113 240 5226 or visit their website

Once a Month – Social & Safe Space for Parents/Carers/Guardians ONLY affected by Child Criminal Exploitation (CCE) ONLINE hosted by the Missing People Charity. Mobile: 07883654495. Email: Web:

A powerful film, hoping to raise awareness of a growing issue in the UK – known as ‘Child Criminal Exploitation’ (CCE). This version of the film is branding free ensuring it can be used outside of the LLR area to help support child protective services throughout the whole of the UK.

For Young People

Safety Plan resource for young peopleCanva Link

The Barnardos Wud U? App shows children how to make safe decisions.

Children and Young people can also contact:

Fearless to report crime anonymously –

Gangsline for free advice and support from ex-gang members –

Victim Support if they experienced crime –

We understand how difficult it is for children and young people to talk about exploitation and abuse. Whether it’s happening now or happened in the past Childline can be contacted 24/7. Calls to 0800 1111 are free and confidential. Children and young people can also contact Childline online –

Childline has information and advice for children and young people about:

Sexual Abuse –

Rape and Sexual Assault –

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