Safeguarding

Meet our Safeguarding Team

Leytonstone School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all of its pupils. Each pupil’s welfare is of paramount importance.

Safeguarding Team Poster 2019

Emails for Safeguarding staff:

Mrs Thomas – brenda.thomas@leytonstone.waltham.sch.uk

Mrs Hotes – mtarasewicz.320@lgflmail.org

Ms McQuaid – jmcquaid1.320@lgflmail.org

Mr Weir – iweir1.320@lgflmail.org

Ms Letson – joanne.letson@leytonstone.waltham.sch.uk

Ms McGeer – nmcgeer1.320@lgflmail.org

Mr Ajaib – atif.ajaib@leytonstone.waltham.sch.uk

Leytonstone School is a listening school. Safeguarding and protecting our students from harm and promoting their welfare is paramount. School may be the only stable, secure and predictable element in the lives of children at risk. We strive to make school a safe place where students can feel secure; where they are encouraged to talk and they believe they will be heard.

Our school environment based on the values of Respect, Responsibility and Resilience is positive, collaborative and secure.

We value our students’ individuality and their right to feel safe, happy and healthy and thus to empower our students to make maximum progress and achieve to the best of their ability.

leytonstone school safeguarding policy 2019

We also acknowledge that on occasions, incidents may occur where parents or carers are concerned about a child outside of normal school hours. If you are worried about a child at our school, please come in to school and speak to a member of the safeguarding team or alternatively, you can report the concern directly to LBWF Children’s Social Care using the link provided.

https://directory.walthamforest.gov.uk/kb5/walthamforest/directory/advice.page?id=IWShEFFAQHU


The below support form is for MASH referral form for children based in Waltham Forest

Request for Support Help or Protection

Ourpact is an App parents can download to their phones and devices, which allows them to control their child’s internet usage.

Parents can use this App to set times throughout the day which allow their child access to Wi-Fi /4g on their phones, and they can do it remotely so the child has no control over it.

https://ourpact.com/

It also shows them what apps the child downloads too.

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Registered charity numbers 216401 and SC037717

 

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