Safeguarding at Seaham High School
At Seaham High School we are very clear that the welfare of our learners is paramount and we will offer early and additional help if necessary to prevent escalation. Parents & Students should be aware that Seaham High School will take any reasonable action to ensure the safety of our students.
Where we are concerned a learner may be at risk of significant harm, ill-treatment, neglect of other forms of abuse, we will follow Durham’s Safeguarding Children’s Board Procedures.
A copy of our Child Protection Policy can be found in our School Policies section.
The following staff have responsibility for Safeguarding:
- Lynn Whitehead Designated Safeguarding Lead Assistant Headteacher
- Mr Geoff Lumsdon Headteacher
- Mr James Henderson Deputy Headteacher
If you have concerns about a child or would like help for any welfare issue please contact Mrs L Whitehead (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by the contact form below.