At Hautlieu School we nurture and safeguard all students and staff within our community. We do this through a strong safeguarding and student support team who are available to offer guidance, advice and to sign post you or your child to relevant outside agencies. The teams consist of:-
Ms Louise Kedge, our Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) oversees all elements of safeguarding within Hautlieu School. If you are concerned about the wellbeing, welfare or safety of your child please contact her on 736242. In her absence, Miss Claire Jackson (Deputy Head) assumes lead responsibility for this area; however, any member of the Senior Leadership Group would be available to assist with your call.
Ms. Alice Palmer, our Education Welfare Officer (EWO) offers support with attendance within Hautlieu school. If you are concerned about your child’s attendance, please contact her on 736242. Please continue to report all absences to the school office
Hautlieu School has a full–time school counsellor, Judy Cornwall. Students can make appointments directly with Judy, or through Miss Stoddart at the school office. The school counselling service is a confidential service and only safeguarding concerns will be shared outside of the counselling sessions.
Hautlieu School has strong links with external agencies such as CAMHs, Social services, YES, MIND Jersey, Brook and many more and referrals to external agencies can be made through the school, usually via the DSL. Linked to our school we have a specific Educational Psychologist, Educational Welfare officer and Family support worker who liaise with Hautlieu School to offer support to students and their families.
PC Trystan Colley is our Police School and Youth Focus Officer.
How to help keep your children Safe Online
Being online is an amazing way for young people to study, learn, create, and connect with family and friends, but it is also important to help keep them safe online.
The best way to help keep young people safe online is to continue having conversations around online safety, regularly checking their phone and app settings together, and manage time online.
Lockdown has been a challenging time for everyone, and rules and routines around online safety may have stopped or changed. Remember it is important to adapt and make the right changes for your family. The crucial factor in online safety is to keep having those important conversations with your children.
Please take a look at the following NSPCC website, which offers advice and guidance around online safety, detailing how each app and social media platform works, the risks around them and how to help young people stay safe online.
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