If you have any queries please contact us  

 e-mail us: info@normanton.derbyshire.sch.uk 

Telephone (01246) 850389




All adults in school have a responsibility to safeguard

and promote the welfare of children.


Safeguarding children is a priority for the academy. We have clear aims, policies and procedures to keep children safe.  Our Child Protection Policy complies with the Derbyshire Local Safeguarding Children Boards Child Protection Procedures, and can be found on our academy website by clicking here.

The procedures place a statutory duty on Temple Normanton Junior Academy and adults in school to safeguard and promote the welfare of children with due consideration to equality.

Our systems are designed to: 

Prevent unsuitable people working with children and young people.

Promote safe practice and challenge poor and unsafe practice.

Identify instances in which there are grounds for concern about a child’s welfare and give adults in school the route for them to take the appropriate action.

The recruitment of staff to the academy is carried out with due regard to the statutory documentation from the DFE Keeping children safe in education' (2019)

If you have any concerns about the safeguarding of a young person please contact the following persons below


Temple Normanton Junior Academy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Leica Carter - Principal- SENCO


Temple Normanton Junior Academy Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

 Miss Sophie Clark


Governor with Responsibility for Safeguarding 

Mrs Katy Wright


ACET Trustee with responsibility for Safeguarding 

  Roy Dyson



Keeping children Safe in Education 2019

Think You know -Offers information on websites you may like to visit

Advice About Keeping Safe Online

Keeping Children Safe Online Information for Parents 

Share Aware - Help your child stay safe on Social Networks, Apps and Games

There may be times when adults are concerned about children in the community. If so, then you can contact Derbyshire County Council Child Protection department on 01629 533190 or the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000.