Safeguarding Information

University Academy of Engineering South Bank (UAE South Bank) is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for children, staff and visitors and promoting a climate where children and adults will feel confident about sharing any concerns which they may have about their own safety or the well-being of others.

Our Academy’ s Safeguarding Team:

Ms Annette Moses Deputy Safeguarding Lead – 07958576875

Mr Jason Badu Deputy Safeguarding Lead – 07508734770

You can also email them via  safeguarding@uaesouthbank.org.uk
If you have a Safeguarding concern and/or a child is at risk outside of school, please contact:

MASH Team Sumner House, Sumner Road, London, SE15 5QS Telephone: 

020 7525 1921
020 7525 5000 (out of hours)

Email: mash@southwark.gov.uk

View below the policies that we follow in our Academy to keep our children safe:

Safeguarding Policy

Online Safety Policy

Whistleblowing Policy

Anti-Bully Policy

Behaviours for Learning Policy

Further information below for families and parents which we feel may be helpful:

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

Domestic Abuse

Prevent Children from Becoming Extremists or Radicalised

Form to Refer a Child at Risk of Radicalisation or Extremism

Keeping children safe on the internet

  1. Only talk to people you know and trust in real life
  2. Don’t give away personal information to strangers – like what street you live on, or where you go to school. Say “no” if they ask you to share photos or videos of yourself
  3. Set your profiles to private
  4. Be ‘share aware’ – once you share something online, you’ve got no control over what anyone else does with it. And it’s illegal to take, share or view sexual images of under-18s, full stop
  5. Be mindful of your digital footprint – it could come back to bite you
  6. If you see something upsetting, or someone bullies you, tell an adult you trust
  7. Don’t assume everything you see is true to life. People often make their lives look more exciting online
  8. Watch out for hoaxes and scams, like messages you’re asked to pass on or that as you for payment details or passwords
  9. Be wary of schemes that promise easy cash in return for you receiving and transferring money, and don’t be fooled by anything that glamorises gang lifestyles
  10. Watch out for loot boxes or other ways that games get you to pay – before you know it you can spend a lot on them