01604 210017


Our Safeguarding Team are available on: 01604 210017 (option 2), 01604 210046 or 07872 423243

Jules Smith - Vice Principal- Pastoral and Designated Safeguarding Lead Jules.Smith@northampton-academy.org

Kate Saunders - Assistant Principal and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead K.Saunders@northampton-academy.org

Whitney Bain - Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead - W.Bain@northampton-academy.org

Carlingon Anderson - Director of Character and Designated Safeguarding Officer C.Anderson@northampton-academy.org

Robert Hart - Designated Safeguarding Officer R.Hart@northampton-academy.org

Sue Hall - Designated Safeguarding Officer S.Hall@northampton-academy.org

Useful Information and Downloads for Parents and Carers

Prevent Information

If you have concerns about your child relating to extremism and radicalisation, you can receive support and advice from your local police by telephoning 101. They will treat the matter with total confidence and will do all they can to help to prevent your child turning to behaviour that breaks the law.

You can also contact Prevent on 01600 891 548 for free, confidential advice.
Click here to view and download the Prevent Information Flyer >>>

Community First Flyer

This flyer gives you details of how to report a crime or anti-social behaviour in your area. It includes useful links and contact details.
Click here to view and download the Community First flyer >>>

The Water Safety Code

Spot the dangers! Water may look safe, but it can be dangerous. Learn to spot and keep away from dangers. For example, you may swim well in a warm indoor pool, but that does not mean that you will be able to swim in cold water.

The dangers of water include:

  • Very cold temperatures and hidden currents
  • It can be deep, and it is difficult to estimate the depth
  • There may be hidden rubbish like shopping trolleys or broken glass
  • It can be difficult to get out (steep slimy banks)
  • No lifeguards
  • Water pollution may make you ill

Take safety advice!

  • Special flags and notices may warn you of danger. Know what the signs mean and do what they tell you.
  • Go together! Children should always go with an adult, not by themselves. An adult can point out dangers or help if somebody gets into trouble.
  • Learn how to help! You may be able to help yourself and others if you know what to do in an emergency.
  • If you see someone in difficulty, tell somebody, preferably a lifeguard, if there is one nearby, or go to the nearest telephone, dial 999, ask for the police at inland water sites and the Coastguard at the beach.

Information for parents and carers about private fostering: Private Fostering Poster >>>

Useful Downloads

Safeguarding Policies

Safeguarding Newsletters

Ofsted Investors in People School Sport Partnership


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