At Kingsbrook View Primary Academy, we take the safety and welfare of our pupils very seriously. Safeguarding is paramount and we maintain a safeguarding culture. Staff are expected to be 'professionally curious' in order to protect pupils. KVPA staff will wear lanyards for clear identification. All visitors into the Academy will need to sign in, show valid ID and follow our safeguarding guidelines, ensuring a 'visitor' lanyard is clearly visible. Only adults who have a full, clear DBS will be able to work directly with our children.
Report a Concern About a Child
If you have a serious concern about a child, call Bucks First Response- 01296 383962
You can also contact one of the Designated Safeguarding Leads listed below.
Safeguarding at Kingsbrook View
Our Designated Safeguarding Leads are:
- Mr Jon Turner (Head of Academy)
- Mrs Vicky Gibbons (Senior Leader)
- Mr Richard Jackson (Assistant Head of Academy)
Our nominated Safeguarding Trustee for Inspiring Futures Partnership Trust is:
- Steve Moore
Our nominated Safeguarding Academy Committee Representative for Kingsbrook View is:
- David Allsop
We follow the statutory guidance in Keeping Children Safe in Education and update our Child Protection Policy whenever there are any changes (at a minimum annually). This can be found on our Policies page. We also follow the requirements for Safer Recruitment of staff. The Head of Academy and one Trustee are trained in Safer Recruitment.
Please visit our E-Safety page for information about online safety.
Kingsbrook View Primary Academy takes part in a project run jointly between schools/academies and police forces. Our local force is Thames Valley Police.
Operation Encompass is the reporting of police attended domestic abuse incidents to schools, prior to the start of the next school day, where there are children in the home.
Operation Encompass will ensure that a member of the Academy staff (Designated Safeguarding Lead), known as a Key Adult, is trained to allow them to liaise with the police and to use the information that has been shared in confidence, while ensuring that the Academy is able to make provision for possible difficulties experienced by children, or their families, who have experienced a domestic abuse incident.
We are keen to offer the best support possible to all our pupils and we believe this will be extremely beneficial for all those involved.
Our Key Adult is: Mr Jon Turner (Head of Academy)
Please click the link below to view our Prevent Risk Assessment and Actions.
Safeguarding Information for Parents
- Information about child abuse from the NSPCC
- Information about Child Sexual Exploitation from the Metropolitan Police
- Information about County Lines from The Children's Society
- Information about Female Genital Mutilation from the NHS
- Information about Radicalisation for parents from Educate Against Hate
- Information about the Prevent Strategy from Bucks CC
- Information about keeping children safe online from the UK Council for Internet Safety
Safeguarding Guides for Parents:
- Presentation Slides
- Parent information about online child sexual exploitation
- Parent guide to TikTok
- Parent Guide to Roblox
- Parent Guide to Minecraft
- Parent Guide to Fortnite
Keeping children safe during community activities, after-school clubs and tuition: Questions to help parents and carers choose out-of-school settings
The DfE has produce guidance that helps parents identify the safeguarding issues to consider when choosing an out-of-school provider or community activity. Keeping children safe during community activities, after-school clubs and tuition.
Parents can access the guidance by clicking below: