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Safeguarding Students

What to do if you have a safeguarding concern

Within College Hours   

At Sir Jonathan North Community College there are a team of trained Designated Safeguarding Leaders (DSLs). The names of these key staff are:

Mrs Alison Merrills        Principal/ Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Jacky Mason         Student Support Manager Senior Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Siobhan Evans      Head of School/DSL

Mrs Selina Jones          Assistant Principal/DSL

Ms Daniela Pinger        SENCo/DSL

Mrs Jo Allen Progress Coach/DSL

All of the above Safeguarding Leads can be contacted by dialling 0116 2708116, or alternatively by emailing


Out of College Hours    

If you are worried that a child is in immediate danger or at risk of immediate harm you should call The Duty and Advice Service at Children’s services on 0116 4541004 (24 hours a day) or the Police on 101 or 999.

If the child resides in the county please contact Leicestershire Safeguarding Children’s Board on 0116 305 0005.


Internet Safety

'Purely for parents' is a powerpoint designed to raise awareness of child internet safety. To view a pdf of this powerpoint please click here

Safeguarding Policy

To view our Safeguarding Policy please click here

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

Thinkuknow is an education initiative by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre - the UK's national law enforcement agency that focuses on tackling the sexual abuse of children.
Please visit the 'Thinkuknow!' website for comprehensive advice and guidance on how to protect your child whilst online.

Sir Jonathan North Community College have added the CEOP Report button on our homepage for immediate access to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre should they require it.

Here is an example of the button and a link to the CEOP control panel

CEOP Report Button

In an emergency students should call 999 or contact their local police on telephone 222 2222.


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