Report an incident

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About

The SHARP System (Student Help Advice Reporting Page System) allows students to report any incidents of bullying, health concerns, community issues or hate crime which may occur within the school or the local community anonymously without fear.

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When to make a report

You can use the Sharp System at any time to report any of the following in or out of school:

  • Bullying
  • Hate Crime
  • Homophobic abuse
  • Health concerns
  • Community issues

Will I be anonymous?

SHARP is anonymous, you don’t have to leave your information if you choose not to, but if you want help and support it’s best to leave your details.

Who will be able to read my report?

Your report will be read by the Pastoral Staff at Helsby High School and then passed on to the relevant Year Leader and Key Stage Leader to deal with.  We also work very closely with our local PCSO’s Neil Flannagan and Patrick Campbell and inform them about incidents listed above in or out of school.

Can I report on behalf of someone else?

Yes you can!  But if you do it is important we have all of the details, so we can act quickly to the report.

What happens next?

Each case is different, so what happens next depends on the nature of the report.

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About

Has someone acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know? It may be sexual chat, being asked to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable or someone being insistent on meeting up. You can report it below.

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Any questions or concerns? Click here

 

 When to make a report

CEOP is here to help young people who are being approached online about sex or are suffering sexual abuse.

If someone is making you feel uncomfortable about sex you should report to CEOP. This might be someone:

  • Making you have sex when you donʼt want to
  • Chatting online about sex
  • Asking you to do sexual things on webcam
  • Asking you to meet up if youʼve only met them online
  • Asking for sexual pictures of you
  • Making you feel unsafe

If you need urgent help, call 999 now.

Will I be anonymous?

In order to make a report to CEOP you will need to provide your real name and a way to contact you. If you want to report a crime without giving your details you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or report at Crimestoppers online

If you don’t feel there is anyone you can talk to, there are people at Childline who will always listen to you. They won’t tell anyone else about what you’ve said, which means you can feel safe talking to them. You can call Childline on 0800 1111, this is free and won’t appear on your phone bill.

Who will be able to read my report?

The report will be sent to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection department which will keep in contact with you about the report you make.

Can I report on behalf of someone else?

Yes, if you are concerned about someone else or that person isn’t able to come forward then you may submit a report on their behalf.

What happens next?

Each case is different, so what happens next depends on the nature of the report.