0121 743 3402

Lyndon School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children – we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We work closely with the both the Solihull and Birmingham Safeguarding Boards and actively support the Government’s Prevent Agenda to counter radicalism and extremism.


We have a number of policies and procedures in place that contribute to our safeguarding commitment, including our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy which can be viewed below, along with our Trust Safeguarding Strategy.

At Lyndon School the following members of staff are our Designated Safeguarding Leaders.


How to make contact? 

Mrs S BloomerDesignated Safeguarding
Telephone 0121 743 3402
Out of hours contact 07496 881294

Mrs S KapswaraDeputy Designated Safeguarding Telephone 0121 743 3402
Mr A ButtDeputy Designated Safeguarding Telephone 0121 743 3402
Mr R BohdanowitschDeputy Designated Safeguarding
Telephone 0121 743 3402
Mrs C HickChair of Local Governing Telephone 0121 743 3402
Or alternatively via

Safeguarding Updates

Keeping Children Safe on Gaming Platforms | Webinar for parents and carers | Safer Internet Day 2022


Safer Internet Day 2022


Talking to your child about sexual harassment.

Summary of top tips poster. Talking to your child about online sexual harassment a guide for parents.



Solihull Parenting Team are delighted to confirm new dates for this workshop, designed to give Solihull parents and carers a better understanding to support their child’s mental health.


Staying safe online


Keeping children safe online



Keeping your child safe online

BBC Newsround
Advice if you’re upset by the news
The cyberbullying craze, ‘roasting’ is having a profound effect on its victims. Linda James MBE, founder of anti-bullying charity Bullies Out, gives advice on how parents can deal with it

NSPCC – Supporting children worried about terrorism
Advice can help parents talk to their children worried about recent events

NSPCC – Online Safety
NSPCC have teamed up with O2 to help you keep children safe when they’re using the internet, social networks, apps, games and more.


Educate against hate
Practical advice and information on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation

Disrespect Nobody – Relationship abuse
Abuse in relationships can happen to anyone. It’s not normal, it’s never OK and definitely not part of a healthy relationship

Disrespect Nobody – Sexting
Sexting is when someone sends or receives a sexually explicit text, image or video.


Think you know – Concerned about your child?
If you’re concerned about your child and need information or further help and support, you’re in the right place.

Think you know – Age 5 – 7
This website to helps you go on the internet in a safe way and know who to talk to if you are worried.

Think you know – Age 8 – 10
Think you know have created this area for you to show you what we think is good, look at what’s not and show you ways you can get yourself out of bad situations.

Think you know – Age 11 – 13
Let’s keep the internet fun. Get advice about keeping you and your friends safe.

Think you know – 14 Plus
Advice about sex, relationships and the Internet for over 14’s.

Think you know – Parents
Before doing anything, take a deep breath and try to remain calm. There’s lots of information and advice on this site to help you keep your child safe and access support.

CEOPS You Tube Channel
Videos covering a wide range of topics


See me, hear me! – Child Sexual Explotation
CSE can happen in many ways, young people may believe they are in a relationships, be invited to parties or be given alcohol and drugs by people they believe to be friends.

Students Against Depression
Are you or someone you care about feeling persistently sad, low, anxious or empty? Depression is more common than you might think – 1 in 10 people will experience depression and/or anxiety in any one year. – Mental health and behaviour in schools
How to identify and support pupils whose behaviour suggests they may have unmet mental health needs. – Missing children and adults
The Missing Children and Adults strategy focuses on vulnerable people who go missing within England and Wales. – private fostering
Statutory guidance for local authorities on safeguarding and promoting the welfare of privately fostered children. – preventing radicalisation
Prevent duty guidance for Scotland and England and Wales. – Safeguarding children who may have been trafficked
Departmental advice to help agencies and their staff safeguard and promote the welfare of children who may have been trafficked. – Preventing bullying
Guidance for schools on preventing and responding to bullying. – Children missing education
Statutory guidance for local authorities and advice for other groups on helping children who are missing education get back into it. – Children who run away or go missing from home or care
Statutory guidance for local authorities and their partners to stop children going missing and to protect those who do. – What to do if you suspect a child is being sexually exploited
Departmental advice on the national action plan for tackling child sexual exploitation. – Domestic violence and abuse
Find out about domestic violence and abuse, coercive control, disclosure scheme, protection notices, domestic homicide reviews and advisers. – Drugs: advice for schools
Guidance for school leaders and staff on managing drugs, drug-related incidents within schools and pastoral support for pupils. – Safeguarding children in whom illness is fabricated or induced
Statutory guidance on protecting children where carers or parents fabricate or induce illness in a child. – Child abuse linked to faith or belief
Information for those who work with children on a plan to help prevent child abuse arising from religion or superstition. – Multi-agency statutory guidance on FGM
Multi-agency guidelines on FGM for those with statutory duties to safeguard children and vulnerable adults. – Forced marriage
Information and practice guidelines for professionals protecting, advising and supporting victims. – Advice to schools and colleges on gangs and youth violence
Advice is for leaders, their senior teams and staff in schools or colleges affected by gang or youth violence. – Violence against women and girls
Violence against women and girls (VAWG) are serious crimes. These crimes have a huge impact on our economy, health services, and the criminal justice system.



All links included on this page were accessed and accurate on 01/11/21