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Endike Academy

Endike Primary Academy is situated in the North of Hull and takes children from Foundation Stage through to the age of 11.




Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and at Endike Academy the children’s safety is paramount and central to everything we do.  

We have a dedicated and supportive safeguarding team who work with children across the school, families and external agencies, in providing the support needed for their wellbeing and safety.  

At Endike Academy, we will ensure:

-concerns about children are dealt with in a timely manner 

-all staff who work in or visit the school are aware of who they need to report concerns to 

-staff have received up to date training 

- the children are educated in how to keep themselves and others safe 

If you have concerns about a child at Endike Academy, please speak to one of the safeguarding team. Alternatively, you can contact EHASH on 01482 448879. 

If you have immediate concerns about a child’s safety, you should contact 999. 

Safeguarding at Endike

At Endike, we are dedicated to providing the children with the tools to keep themselves and others safe.  This is achieved through a variety of external visits, assemblies, lessons and class discussions.  

Throughout 2022-23 we have covered the following: 


  •     ‘Not in our community' working with year 5 and year 6  
  •     VEMT (vulnerable, exploited, missing, trafficking) working with year 6 
  •     PCSO visit  
  •     K9 Fire dogs  


  •     Prevent / radicalisation (Y5/6) 
  •     Fire safety  
  •     Sun safety 
  •     Water safety 
  •     Clever Never Goes (replaced stranger danger)  
  •     Online safety 
  •     NSPCC and Childline 
  •     Mental health awareness 
  •     Kindness / bullying  
  •     Golden rules within and outside of school – be responsible, be respectful, be safe)  

British values 

  •     ½ termly assemblies introducing a value within each assembly and reviewing the others


Events throughout the year 

  •     NSPCC Number Day 
  •     Anti Bullying week 
  •     NSPCC Childhood Day 
  •     Safer Internet Day 
  •     Mental Health Awareness Week  




Online Safety

online safety progress 360.pdf


Safeguarding parent updates/awareness


Show list Show Grid



Useful websites/documents

 Please click on the links below for more information.


Worried about a child | Hull City Council 


Home - Women's Aid ( 


Home - Mind 


Childline | Childline 


CAMHS NHS - Hull & East Riding of Yorkshire - Mental Health Services ( 


National Online Safety | Keeping Children Safe Online in Education 


Keeping children safe in education - GOV.UK ( 


NSPCC | The UK children's charity | NSPCC 


Parents Mental Health Support | Advice for Your Child | YoungMinds


Mental health services - NHS (


Mental health and parenting | NSPCC


How to support your child's mental health – Place2Be


Parenting and mental health - Mind


Online safety support for parents



 Children's Mental Health - top tips for families:

top tips for families.pdf