Pupil Safety

Hull Trinity House Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We are fully committed to ensuring that consistent effective safeguarding procedures are in place to support families, children and staff at the Academy. The academy encourages parents and children to talk freely about any concerns or worries which may affect educational progress. It is important to us that parents and students see the academy as a safe place. Students and parents can report concerns via the tell us button which can be clicked on above.

Safeguarding Overview

At Hull Trinity House Academy the safeguarding and welfare of every student is key within all the work that we do. All statutory guidelines are followed with regards to safeguarding and child protection.

Key Staff

Designated Safeguarding Lead – Mr G Bilton

Lead DDSL – Mrs C Findlay

DDSL – Mr L Reffin

What to do if you are concerned?

If you have any concerns over the safeguarding, or welfare of any student at Hull Trinity House Academy, please contact one of the Safeguarding Officers. They can be contacted on:

You can find our Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy on our Statutory Information page here.

Online Safety Useful Websites

As a trust, we have many measures in place to protect young people from the dangers of the Internet when using academy IT equipment. Online safety is also vital at home, an important topic for parents and carers to be aware of and to discuss with your child, encouraging them to share with you their online activities and habits, as well as any concerns.

Some useful websites with guidance on online safety are:

HEY Mind

Hull City Council and HEY Mind provide essential support for mental health and emotional issues in the local area, helping young persons and their parents and carers with information, advice and counselling to tackle stressful situations affecting everyday life.

Online Courses

HEY Mind are providing a free half-day online self-harm awareness and response course on 10th November and on 1st March 2024 for parents and carers.

Registering to attend can be done by downloading and sending the attached application form to learninganddevelopment@hullcc.gov.uk