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Safeguarding at King's Academy Ringmer

This page is not an emergency page, if you have an emergency please call 999!

If you need to speak to us at school click the button below.                                    

Alternatively, if you have an immediate concern please call the NSPCC number below.

 NSPCC HELPLINE 0800 136 663


Childnet International is a non for profit organisation aiming to help make the internet a safer place for children. This website provides advice to Parents/Carers providing all you need to know to help keep your child safe online. Visit their website at

For tips on how to set parental controls for your computers at home and further advice about E-Safety you can see more at Virgin Media's Switched on Parents section on their website. 

The mobile phone network EE have also released an information booklet giving advice to Parents/Carers on how to manage multimedia safely, you can download this booklet here.

If you have any concerns regarding student's safety online or have any questions please email:

Please see below for further information and tips on how to keep your child safe online.

For further information on where your child can access support in school please visit our OASIS page.

Safer Internet Day

As part of Safer Internet Day, mentors will be undertaking various activities with their mentor groups from resources on Click here to access advice and resources for Parents/Carers. In this week the assembly revolves around this very powerful video which is worth discussing with your children. Youtube video  


Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command

CEOP is a law enforcement agency and is here to keep children and young people safe from sexual exploitation and abuse. Use this link to start your report to one of CEOP’s Child Protection Advisors. 

CEOP is set up to keep children safe from sexual abuse and grooming online. Online abuse can be reported here

CEOP are unable to respond to reports about bullying, fake accounts or account hacking.


Educate Against Hate

For advice on how to protect children from the dangers of extremism, which includes information on the warning signs, how parents should talk to children about extremism and the steps concerned parents should take please visit: 

Operation Encompass

Kings Academy Ringmer is part of Operation Encompass. Operation Encompass ensures that schools are informed about incidences of domestic abuse, enabling the school to support young people who are experiencing this. The Key Adults for Kings Academy Ringmer are Mr Madriaga - Lead DSL/ Georgia Green and Sam Kain- DDSLs.

For more information about Operation Encompass please visit the link below:

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

This NSPCC site helps you to keep your children safe online 

Information Booklets

Please click here for information from The Wise Project who help and support young people at risk of experiencing sexual exploitation in East Sussex.


Designated Safeguard Lead

Mr M Madriaga  
01273 812220 ext 1300

Deputy Designated Safeguard Leads

Miss Samantha Kain
01273 812220

Miss Georgia Green
01273 812220