At Linwood, we believe the child’s welfare is of paramount importance and all children have the right to be protected from harm.
All school staff receive Child Protection training and any issue of neglect or abuse (physical, mental, emotional or sexual) is taken seriously.
Please use the form on the right if you wish to report a concern.
Linwood Campus – Nicola Cannings and Tina McGovern
Springwood Campus – Andy Maher and Soraya Monzondiaz
Littlewood Campus – Andy Maher and Soraya Monzondiaz
Woodford Campus – Celia Holland and Nicola Cannings
Summerwood Campus – Ash Wadland and Nicola Cannings
CHI – Karen Taylor and Stuart Cummings
This series of four animated films for parents and carers offer advice on how to help keep children safe from the risk associated with the sharing of nude and nearly nude images:
- Bournemouth and Poole LSBC (Local Safeguarding Children Board)
- Parent Info Website – CEOP and the Parent Zone
- National Autistic Society – Staying Safe Online
- Common Sense Media – Clear reviews from parents & educators on kid’s media (movies, books, TV, games, apps & websites)
- NSPCC – Info on keeping children safe online
- Heart FM – What is the Momo Suicide Game?
- Spire FM – Warning about self harm videos on YouTube Kids
- MyTutor – The Parents’ Guide to Teaching your Teen Online Safety
Useful video from CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection command)
Romeo & Juliet: The world changes. Children don’t.
Report a concern
If you have any concerns, please contact the Safeguarding Officer for your campus using the form below or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact names are listed on this page.