Job Description

As a deputy DSL for Unity and Denewood Academy, you will undertake the day-to-day monitoring and resolution of concerns raised, using face-to-face contact and the secure online reporting system CPOMS to respond to safeguarding issues raised by staff, pupils and parents/carers. Each of the alternative provision providers have a designated safeguarding lead in place. You will be readily available to support staff and pupils in each setting, and ready to hear and record their views then agree well-informed supportive measures to address their concerns.

You will have an excellent and up-to-date knowledge of legislation and guidance on safeguarding and working with young people, including knowledge of the responsibilities of schools and other agencies. You will take part in strategy discussions and inter-agency meetings; contribute to the assessment of children; and contribute to the evaluation of support strategies and plans.

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