Luddendenfoot Academy

Luddendenfoot Academy
Where Children Succeed
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We know that some children may be vulnerable at times and, as adults, we have a moral duty to protect them, to ensure their needs are met and to support them and their family. As adults working with children, we have a statutory duty to ensure their safety and the healthy development of all children in our care. As a school community, we are strongly committed to working in close partnership with parents/carers and other agencies. It is everyone's responsibility to 'take special care' to safeguard and promote the welfare of our children.

If you have any concerns about a child or adult, please come and talk to us.

You can find a copy of our Safeguarding Policy here

Designated Safeguarding Lead and Prevent Coordinator: Cheryl Webb (Head of School) and Carolyn Greenwood (Deputy Head of School) .  Advice and support is also available from our Trust Social Worker: Sabrina Almas.  The designated governor for Safeguarding is Marie Brigg (Chair of the LGB) and Jane George (Chair of the Trust). 



Rebecca Denham


Executive Headteacher

Cheryl Webb


Head of School

Carolyn Greenwood

Deputy DSL

Deputy Head of School

Sabrina Almas

Trust Social





Safeguarding and E-Safety Alerts

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Blue Whale Challenge Roblox App Safeguarding Letter from Calder High  




Calderdale's Local Safeguarding Children Board

You will also find a wealth of information on the website of the Calderdale's Local Safeguarding Children Board. As well as information and training, you can report a concern if you are worried that a child may be suffering from significant harm.

Keeping Myself Safe

Childline is a very useful website providing help, information and advice on all kinds of things that might be troubling you.  Here you can find the answer for yourself, or you can speak to someone who can help, no matter what is bothering you.  Click on the link below to visit the website. Please also advice and links on our 'Staying Safe and Being Healthy' website page in 'Our Curriculum'.