Report a Concern (For Students)
Every child and young person has a right to be safe. Safeguarding means keeping you safe from any type of harm or neglect.
The safeguarding team at HASJW will listen to any reports that you make. They will support you or the person affected.
You can report a concern online or by speaking to an adult in school. These concerns could be about things like a bullying incident or something you are worried about.
Don't suffer in silence, please make a report!
Reporting a concern online
You can submit a concern to the safeguarding team by using the RHAP (Reporting Help Advice Page) tool, which is linked below.
Reporting a concern at school
All staff at HASJW are trained in safeguarding and would listen to any concern you have.
There is also the specialist Safeguarding Team which is led by Ms Stevens (firstname.lastname@example.org):
You can also make reports at school by leaving a note in one of the post boxes that are around the school.
Getting help outside of school
In the picture above there are some useful organisations that can support you. Another two organisations that may also be a helpful and supportive resource are:
- Childline: free confidential advice and support, whatever your worry, for children aged 18 or under: 0800 1111
- NSPCC general helpline: if you’re worried about a child, even if you’re unsure, contact an NSPCC counsellor for help, advice and support: 0808 800 5000
- NSPCC helpline for both children and adults who are victims of sexual abuse in schools. This includes how to contact the police and report crimes if they wish: 0800 136 663