At Ellis Guilford School we are committed to safeguarding children and young people, and we expect everyone who works in our academy to share this commitment. Adults in our academy take all welfare concerns seriously and encourage children and young people to talk to us about anything that worries them. We will always act in the best interest of the child. (Please click on the image to enlarge)
Please access the link below to view our Child Protection Policy for more detailed information.
Select the required topic to access information and links to additional resources.
Child Criminal Exploitation occurs where an individual or group takes advantage of an imbalance of power to coerce, control, manipulate or deceive a child or young person under the age of 18. The victim may have been criminally exploited even if the activity appears consensual.
Child sexual exploitation is a crime with devastating and long lasting consequences for its
victims and their families. Childhoods and family life can be ruined and this is
compounded when victims, or those at risk of abuse, do not receive appropriate,
immediate and on-going support. The first response to children, and support for them to
access help, must be the best it can be from social workers, police, health practitioners
and others who work with children and their families..
Online safety refers to the act of staying safe online. It is also commonly known as internet safety, e-safety and cyber safety. It encompasses all technological devices which have access to the internet from PCs and laptops to smartphones and tablets.
Being safe online means individuals are protecting themselves and others from online harms and risks which may jeopardise their personal information, lead to unsafe communications or even effect their mental health and wellbeing.
During the academic year all pupils recieve regular Safeguarding training through whole year assemblies and individual sessions taught by form tutors. Please access the links below to see a range of topics covered within school.
We are pleased to inform you that your GCSE Certificates will be available from Ellis Guilford School between 3.30pm and 5pm on Wednesday13th December and Thursday 14th December.
If you are unable to collect but require the results on this day, a nominated person can collect on your behalf as long as an email from the students email address is sent to email@example.com containing the name and date of birth of the student and the name of the person who will be collecting on the day.
If this time is not convenient then the certificates will be available for collection from reception after these dates during normal working hours. The certificates will be kept in school for a minimum of 2 years.
EGS Attendance update
Please access the link below to be reminded of the School absence procedures. Additional information can be seen below.