Important notice:Parent Governor Vacancy As mentioned in the Headteacher's Update on 15 January, we have a vacancy for a new Parent Governor. The post is open to parents, guardians, carers or relatives of a child at the school. No specific skills or experience required!   If you would like more information, you are welcome to call Nicola Lunn, P.A to the Headteacher, on the school number. All nominations should be sent via email to Nicola Lunn,, by 12 noon on Wednesday 27 January.

0113 284 4020

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Key Information

Safeguarding & e-safety

The internet and social media are now a part of everyday life.

This technology offers opportunities to learn, to be entertained and to socialise. We need to support our children in safely accessing the internet, and in developing the skills to make informed decisions about what they access and share with others. As the use of the internet has grown to encompass all areas of life, children need to develop the resilience to deal with potential situations that arise in order keep themselves safe, while exploring and enjoying the positive aspects of the internet.

Useful information on how to keep your child safe on the internet, and on the use of social media.

Links for students


Additional support for concerns regarding domestic violence during lockdown.  

Links to report abuse and concerns on line

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre enables adults and young people to make reports of actual or attempted abuse online.
  • Know IT all – keeping up with children and young people on the internet
  • Keeping Young Children Safe Online
  • Video Chat and Webcams
  • Facebook – Be in control of what you share on line
  • Online Reputation Check
  • How to set up parental controls offered by BT, SKY, Talk Talk, Virgin Media
  • Information about: Google search BBC iPlayer ITV Player Sky Go
  • Parents’ Guide to Technology
  • iPhone
  • Blackberry
  • X-Box

CEOP's Think U Know provides information for Students and Parents on a range of topics connected to online safety. Leeds Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) is a statutory body  which is independently chaired  and consists of senior representatives of all the principal agencies and organisations working together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people in the City.