“Safeguarding children because every child matters”
At THE BULWELL ACADEMY, we place the highest priority on safeguarding children. To ensure all students are safe, we need the support of all staff, parents, visitors and our community. If you have any concerns or worries about the safety and welfare of our students, please inform the Safeguarding Team immediately. DO NOT KEEP CONCERNS TO YOURSELF.
All safeguarding concerns should be reported to the Safeguarding Team.
Miss Amy Fuller
Vice Principal – Designated Safeguarding Lead
I am proud to lead a knowledgeable and hardworking safeguarding team who want the best outcomes for all Academy students.
The Safeguarding Team will support the children and families of The Bulwell Academy to ensure that barriers to education are removed and parents are signposted to the relevant support agencies. This support and assistance encourage our students to be aspirational, kind, and equipped with the social skills and knowledge to build positive futures.
Miss Hannah Moore
Safeguarding Manager – Designated Safeguarding Lead
I am passionate about working with young people and ensuring that, during their time here, they gain the right knowledge on how to keep themselves safe before they gain their passport to adult life.
As part of the Safeguarding Team, I endeavour to provide students and families with the upmost support and guidance. I joined The Bulwell Academy in September 2023, having worked in Education for 5 years in different pastoral roles.
Mr Kieran Powell
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
I am passionate about working with young people and ensuring they have the right knowledge and skills to keep themselves safe before they journey on to their next chapter.
I joined The Bulwell Academy in September 2023. I have worked in various Safeguarding roles for over 10 years, my roles have included the NSPCC, Children’s Social Care, Year Leader and Deputy Safeguard Lead.
The Student Voice* gives you a platform to share information about how safe you feel within school and in the local area and the ability to anonymously report concerns that will be actioned and responded to appropriately by our Safeguarding and Pastoral Teams. Click on the red button below to access The Student Voice.
*The Student Voice is only monitored during school hours. In an emergency, please contact any of the following: Notts Police (101 non-urgent; 999 urgent); Children’s Social Care 0115 876 4800 / cityMASH@nottinghamcity.gov.uk; NSPCC 0808 800 5000; CAMHS Crisis Team 0808 196 3779 or Kooth.com
If your child has additional caring responsibilities at home, please fill out the form below to let us know more so that we can support you and your Young Carer. forms.office.com/e/XFfzV2d9mS
You can find further support for Young Carers on the TuVida website, which provides information on Nottinghamshire County Council’s support services for young carers: Young Carers Notts | TuVida