What to do if you are worried

St Thomas More Catholic School is committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all of our students so they can learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. Abuse of any kind is unacceptable at St Thomas More Catholic School. If abuse does occur, all students should be able to tell and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively. In the first instance talk to your Pastoral Tutor, Deputy Head of House, Head of House or Head of Sixth Form. Students can also access support from our school counselling service led by Sarah, Louise and Ruth. 

Email addresses are:

If you would prefer to report an incident online please either click on the Report an Incident link below or email neverok@stthomasmore.org.uk and someone will come and talk to you.

We have introduced our #neverok campaign in a bid to give people the ability to report any incidents of discrimination that they either see, hear or are subjected to.

#neverok
peer on peer abuse is #neverok

We recognise that peer on peer abuse can manifest itself in many ways such as:

  • Child Sexual Exploitation / Child Criminal Exploitation  
  • Bullying (including cyberbullying, prejudice-based and discriminatory bullying)
  • Physical abuse
  • Radicalisation
  • Abuse in intimate friendships / relationships
  • Sexual violence and sexual harassment
  • Gang associated and serious violence 
  • Initiation / hazing type violence and rituals
  • Consensual and non-consensual sharing of nudes and semi-nudes images and /or videos
  • Causing someone to engage in sexual activity without consent, such as forcing someone to strip, touch themselves sexually, or to engage in sexual activity with a third party
  • Upskirting (which is a criminal offence)

To report an incident you must be logged into the site as a St Thomas More Catholic School Pupil!

The ThinkUKnow website has lots of information on what you can do if you are concerned about something you have seen or experienced, either on-line or in real life.

The website lets you know what is good, what is not and what you can do about it. It also lets you report something you are worried about on-line.

There is also information about Childline a free service that lets you talk to someone confidentially if something is worrying you.

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