Meet the Safeguarding Team

Michelle Bradshaw

Michelle Bradshaw

Designated Safeguarding Lead

Laura Sweetman

Laura Sweetman

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Matthew Boyle

Matthew Boyle

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead


Cat Perkins

Cat Sexton

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Vicky Vanson

Vicky Vanson

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Kerry Maddock

Kerry Maddocks

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Sara Hardy

Sara Hardy

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead


Designated Teacher for Looked After Children: Matthew Boyle

Pupil Premium Champion: Chloe Maisey

Safeguarding Statement for Parents and Carers

Tudor Grange Academy Solihull ensures that all children learn in a safe, caring and enriching environment. Children are taught and offered support to keep themselves safe, to develop positive and healthy relationships and to avoid situations where they might be at risk, including being exploited by others.

We have a statutory responsibility to share any concerns we might have about a child in need of protection with other agencies and in particular with police, health and children’s services. Schools are not able to investigate concerns but have a legal duty to refer them.

In most instances, we will be able to inform the parents/carer of the need to make a referral. However, sometimes we may be advised by Children’s Social Care or police that the parent/carer cannot be informed whilst they investigate the matter. We understand the anxiety parents/carers feel when they are not told about any concerns from the outset.

We always follow legislation that aims to act in the best interests of the child. If you have any questions about this information, please speak to a member of staff.

DOWNLOAD: Safeguarding Children Policy

CLICK: Local Safeguarding Partnership

Safeguarding News and Events

Parent guide to talking to children about online sexual harassment – ‘create the culture before the crisis’

The Children’s Commissioner has published a new guide [link] for parents and carers, looking at how to talk to children about online sexual harassment. The guide includes tips from young people about how parents can open up earlier conversations about sexual harassment, nudes, sexualised bullying, photo editing, body image and peer pressure.  for more information contact

CLICK:  here for Kooth support links for parents.
Whats on in January – click here
How to sign up – click here (added 7.1.22)

CLICK: to  share concerns that a loved one might be vulnerable to radicalisation (added 4.1.22)

DOWNLOAD: the Christmas edition of DITTO online safety magazine (added on 17.12.21)

DOWNLOAD: details about WM Police Knife Crime Activity Week (added on 15.11.21)

DOWNLOAD: details about KOOTH events from Sept – Dec 2021 (added on 01.11.21)
DOWNLOAD: whats on in November – Kooth (added on 01.11.21)
DOWNLOAD: KOOTH features and tools to support you (added on 01.11.21)

DOWNLOAD: details and book your place on the FREE serious crime webinar for parents about County Lines, including speakers from the Organised Crime Unit and Crimestoppers (added on 29.10.21)

DOWNLOAD: 6 Resources to Help Parents Talk to Kids About Consent (added on 06.04.21)

DOWNLOAD: Child Safety Online: A practical guide for parents and carers whose children are using social media (added on 06.04.21)

DOWNLOAD: What Parents & Carers Need To Know About Chatroulette

DOWNLOAD: What Parents & Carers Need To Know About Clubhouse

DOWNLOAD: Understanding Your Child’s Mental Health

DOWNLOAD: What Parents & Carers Need To Know – 7 Top Tips For Supporting Children To Express Themselves Safely Online

DOWNLOAD: What Parents & Carers Need To Know About WECHAT

DOWNLOAD: St Giles SOS+ parents’ leaflet 2021

DOWNLOAD: eSafety – Parent Guide to Fake News

DOWNLOAD: Parent Guide to Cyberpunk

DOWNLOAD: What parents need to know about the new Xbox Series

5th November 2020 – Panorama: Is TikTok Safe?
On Monday 2nd November, the BBC aired a Panorama programme entitled ‘Is Tiktok Safe?’. This was specifically discussing how safe it is for young users of the social networking app. It was very informative but is quite upsetting and disturbing in parts. It is a ‘must watch’ for parents whose children are using TikTok. Please follow the link below to watch on BBC iPlayer.

CLICK: BBC iPlayer Panorama: Is TikTok Safe?

DOWNLOAD: 12 Online Safety Tips for Children with New Devices