Operation Encompass, a partnership between South Yorkshire Police and Education, has been designed to provide support for any child in school who may be affected by a domestic abuse incident where the police have attended.

A key safeguarding member of staff in school will be informed when a domestic abuse incident has been recorded within the previous 24 hours or over the weekend. This will enable school to monitor children possibly affected and, where required, support if necessary. This will remain confidential; no information about specific incidents is shared with school. The school will, however, be able to make provision for possible difficulties experienced by children who have been involved in, affected by, or witnessed a domestic abuse incident.

Please click below to find information about domestic abuse support agencies.

Operation Encompass


Keeping Children Safe in Education





The Rotherham Safeguarding Children Partnership (RSCP) website provides information on radicalisation for children and young people, their parents/carers and professionals

Kimberworth safeguarding policy Nov 2020 

Designated personnel in school for safeguarding and Looked After Children

If a member of staff, parent or other visitor has concerns about the safety of children they must contact……

  •  The DSP Designated Safeguarding Person:Miss Stothard
  •  The Deputy DSP Designated Safeguarding Person: Mrs. Edwards
  •  The DST Designated Safeguarding Teacher: Ms. Roddis
  •  The DSG Designated Safeguarding Governor:  Simon. Currie
  •  The DTLAC Designated Teacher for Looked After Children: Miss Stothard
  •  The DTLAC Designated Governor for Looked After Children: Simon Currie

Parents’ Guide to Facebook

Prevent duty departmental advice


Child Exploitation Helpline

There is a new support helpline available in Rotherham for victims and survivors of Child Sexual Exploitation.  This new helpline is provided by the NSPCC on behalf of Rotherham Council .  It is a single point of contact for all victims, is confidential and available 24/7.  Please circulate the helpline number in schools and colleges.

The helpline telephone number is:  0800 7319 256


See also the Rotherham ‘Standing Together’ Campaign website; you can register to pledge your support and access resources on signs and indicators of CSE and where to get help:


Sherran Finney
RLSCB Learning & Development Co-ordinator
Safeguarding Children’s Unit