WHO CAN I GO TO FOR HELP?
We know that you will achieve your very best at The Lakes School if you are happy and enjoy coming to school. We have an excellent reputation as a caring school and for working with parents and young people to resolve any bullying issues. If you feel that you are being bullied then we would urge you to speak to your Form Tutor or another member of staff so that we can make it stop.
Our students tell us and visiting Ofsted inspectors that bullying at The Lakes School is uncommon and that, if it does happen, staff at the school work quickly to make it stop. Our students also say that they feel safe, well looked after and they appreciate the family feel of the school and know that their views are listened to carefully by staff.
The information below will help if you think you might be being bullied. Please take some time to read through the information and then, most importantly, come and speak to someone who will be able to help you.
You should always try to speak to your parents about any issues you may have.
Your Form Tutor knows you well and is placed to help you with any issues or worries you may have.
Trusted friends are always there for you and will advise you to talk to a suitable adult.
Ms S Rainey
Deputy Head Teacher
Designated Safeguarding Lead 1.
Mr A Cunningham
Designated Safeguarding Lead 2.
Mr C Jeremy
Designated Safeguarding Lead 3.
Mrs R Wadmore
Mrs G Fayers
Miss K Evans
Caring, Learning Community
Keeping Children Safe