Safeguarding and Wellbeing

At The Nottingham Emmanuel School, the governors and staff fully recognise the contribution the academies within the Trust make to safeguarding children. We recognise that the safety and protection of all students is of paramount importance and that all staff, including volunteers, have a full and active part to play in providing early help protecting students from harm. We believe that as a school we should provide a caring, positive, safe and stimulating environment, which promotes the social, physical, emotional and moral development of all students. In delivering this ambition we will adhere to the principles set out in Nottingham’s Family Support Strategy and NCSCB Policy, Procedures and Practice Guidance, in addition to the Keeping Children Safe in Education 2019 statutory guidance.

All staff within the school receive robust and regular training in order to discharge their safeguarding duties to the highest of standards, ensuring that every one of our students feels safe, secure and listened to. We place great value on educating students in keeping themselves safe through: a comprehensive programme including Acts of Worship delivered by specialist staff; a tailored PHSE programme; and a team of staff dedicated to providing pastoral care, guidance and support. Our relationship with the local authority and other front-line agencies enables us to provide a holistic platform for our students to flourish and achieve.

Should you wish to speak to a member of our safeguard team please do not hesitate to contact them by using the following email link:

Robert Tapp

Mr Tapp

Assistant Principal Safeguarding Lead


Mrs Tickle

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead


Mr Jackson

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead


Mrs Featonby

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead


Mr Marsh

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead


Mrs Morley

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead


Mr Gardner

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead


Mrs Ricketts

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Health and Wellbeing 

It is so important that you are taking care of yourself and your mental wellbeing.  It is ok to not feel yourself sometimes.

Please do discuss your worries and concerns with loved ones, family and friends; speaking to friends and family around you can help with your mind set massively. Usually, others will be able to relate to your problems and worries and be able to give you some advice.

If you would rather not talk about it, that’s ok too…

Please click the link to the website below. Kooth offers free, safe and anonymous online support for young people.


If you are struggling being at home during isolation, please use some of the following links a guidance for support.

Young Minds

There may be periods of time such as the school holidays where you require support or guidance; please see information provided below that will signpost you to relevant agencies:

Nottingham City Council – Children and Families Direct

NSPCC Helpline

Childline Contact

#OnlineSafetyAtHome Packs

Report Online Abuse- Has someone done something online that has made you or a child or young person you know, feel worried or unsafe? If so, you can make a report by clicking the button below. There is also a link to this on our homepage.

Contact Us

The Nottingham Emmanuel School
Gresham Park Road
West Bridgford
Tel: 0115 977 5380

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