Safeguarding & Well-being

School policies 

For school policies please follow this link //


For more information about e-safety please follow this link - AHS e-Safety Info

Domestic Abuse

To find out how to get help if you or some you know is a victim of domestic abuse please click the link below.

The link below is a letter from Leeds City Council regarding Domestic Violence Notification Protocols

Leeds DV Notification Protocols

Mental Health

For more information about mental health support available at school please follow this link - AHS Mental Health Info


Please see the document below for a list of culturally diverse community support groups in Leeds. 

Support Groups


The Prevent Team now have a presence on the Leeds City Council website. The information provided on the site will provide people with knowledge of Prevent in Leeds, how to notice the signs of radicalisation and where to go for support.

The new ACT Early campaign is already having a life-changing impact in getting help and advice to those who might be at risk of radicalisation. Since its launch in November, the site has already received more than 25,000 individual visits (link below)

ACT Early campaign website

Leeds Prevent Leaflet

Conflict in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories

Resources to aid conversations

In light of the significant escalation in violence in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories we have put together some resources to support conversations with young people. Our thoughts are with all of the innocent victims of this devastating conflict

  • Signpost children and young people to the information on the Childline website - WORRIES ABOUT THE WORLD
  • Mental Health Foundation - Talking to children about scary world events
  • DfE – Educate Against Hate
  • The Community Security Trust (CST) has published a number of resources on their social media feeds, including guidance on how to communicate about Israel in a non-antisemitic way. A host of other resources can be found on their website here: Educational Resources – CST – Protecting Our Jewish Community. CST also has a national emergency number which should be used to report antisemitic attacks, alongside calling 999: 0800 032 3263.
  • Tell Mama is a confidential support service for those suffering from anti-Muslim hate and discrimination across the UK. Their website features a number of different ways to report anti-Muslim incidents, including via phone or WhatsApp: Report in Anti-Muslim Hate or Islamophobia ( The site also hosts useful resources, including on mosque security


The National Crime Agency (NCA) has written to all schools asking them to communicate with parents/ carers. The NCA is concerned about the global increase in cases of financially motivated sexual sometimes called ‘sextortion’. This happens when a criminal pretends to be someone else online and tricks a young person, or adult, into sending nude or semi-nude pictures of themselves. The criminal then makes threats in order to get money or more images.

A detailed letter from the NCA is attached and is available here.

If you have any concerns or questions please contact the year office for your child by email, for example Our Year Managers and Year Coaches are trained in supporting students who are experiencing criminal behaviour online.

We have had some cases of this kind and have been well supported by our Safer Schools Police Officer in dealing with them.

Report a Concern

If you have any concerns please click the link below. Please give as much information as possible.

Report a Concern (

Safeguarding Team


Allerton High School
King Lane, Leeds
West Yorkshire LS17 7AG
ssat ssat Leading Edge Healthy Schools Ofsted