Safeguarding - Staying Safe
Safeguarding information for children and young people
Safeguarding and Child Protection at Rosehill School
Keeping Children Safe in Education
If you are a pupil or an ex-pupil at Rosehill and you need urgent help or support, you can contact the services below:
Immediate risk or danger
If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, contact the emergency services, such as the police.
- Telephone: 999
Textphone users: 18000
- You can find out more about contacting the police here: POLICE UK
Urgent medical attention
If you or someone you know needs urgent medical attention you can:
- Call 999 if there is an immediate risk of harm
- Go to the Accident and Emergency (A&E) department of any hospital or make an emergency GP appointment
- If you live in England, call the NHS non-emergency line on 111 if medical advice is needed. You can also access advice online at: NHS 111 online
If you or someone you know may be at risk of abuse or neglect, you can:
- Call 999 if there is an immediate risk of harm.
- Call the NSPCC 0808 800 5000. If you are worried that a child may be at risk of harm, the NSPCC can offer support and advice.
Rosehill’s Designated Safeguarding Leads
YOUR safety is so important. In school there is always a friendly face and a listening ear. Whatever the problem, there is always someone there to help you. You can speak to any of the adults in school or you can speak to any of the Designated Safeguarding Leads. Please call 0115 9155815 to speak to a DSL or you can contact them via the emails below.
Child Friendly Policies can be found at the link below
Safeguarding in the Curriculum
At Rosehill School, we want all of the pupils to be involved in their own learning; we value your views and will listen to you. You can take part in:
- Class Ambassadors – Click on this link to learn more about taking an active role in improving the school i.e., by being an E-Safety Ambassador
- Student Council – Click on this link to learn more about how you can help improve our school
- Primary Parliament – Click on this link to learn more about how we work with the local authority and other schools to support our primary aged pupils to develop their leadership skills
- Pupil led enterprises
- Coming soon... wellbeing champions...
- Suggestion boxes
- Worry box
- Pupil centred annual reviews
- Pupil progress meetings
Talk to us or use the Rosehill Worry Box
You can speak to any of the adults in school or you can use our Worry Box email by clicking here.
Safeguarding topics and useful information
Always be careful when you are using the internet. It can help you to keep in touch with your friends and help your education – but it can also cause harm – to you and to others.
Remember help is always available at school if you are having any problems online.
Don’t be afraid to talk to your teacher or another adult at school.
Follow this link for more information about E-Safety.
Help with mental health issues
You can find the telephone number for your local urgent mental health helpline using the following links:
Other helplines and listening services
Please note: these services are delivered by other charities. Information about each service, including their privacy policies, can be found on each of their websites.
If you are having a difficult time, you can contact Samaritans any time, day or night.
A free, confidential, 24/7 text messaging support service for anyone who is struggling to cope.
The Infoline is an information and signposting service.
For anyone experiencing a mental health problem or supporting someone else (4pm to 10pm, every day).
Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM)
For anyone over the age of 15 who needs to talk (5pm to midnight every day),
National Suicide Prevention Helpline UK
National Suicide Prevention Helpline UK offers a supportive listening service to anyone with thoughts of suicide.
Helplines Partnership is the membership body for organisations that provide information, support or advice via phone, email, text or online.
Childline: Online, on the Phone, Anytime
Click on the logo to visit their page or dial the number 0800 1111 at any time to get the help and advice you need. Tell someone how you are feeling. There is always someone who can help.
Bullybusters: Don't Suffer in Silence
Click on the logo to visit the Bullybusters website if you or someone you know is being bullied. Help is always at hand and here for you. You can also call their confidential helpline by dialling 0800 169 6928.