1. Complaints Management Policy

2. Whistleblowing Policy

3. Safeguarding Policy

4. Data Protection Policy

If you have any safeguarding concerns whatsoever, please email or call the following people:

Inspire ATA Designated Safeguarding Lead: Jules Williamson

Email: jules@inspire-ata.co.uk   07845 822 464

LMP Education Designated Safeguarding Lead: Jacob Salt-Berrymen 

Email: safeguarding@lmpeducation.org   07746 315 682

LMP Education Designated Safeguarding Lead: Anita De Villiers

Email: safeguarding@lmpeducation.org    07598 902 111

For complaints, you can email info@inspire-ata.co.uk

For learner or employer support, you can email Jules Williamson, jules@inspire-ata.co.uk

For any apprenticeship concerns, complaints or enquiries, there is a government run

apprenticeship helpline which you can also contact:

Website - https://www.gov.uk/apprenticeships-guide

Email - nationalhelpdesk@apprenticeships.gov.uk

Telephone - 0800 015 0400

Available Times - 8am to 10pm, 7 days a week


Prevent is a strand of the Government counter terrorism strategy. The UK faces a range of terrorist threats. All the terrorist groups who pose a threat to us seek to radicalise and recruit people to their cause. You can read more about this in our Safeguarding Policy or on the government website.

What to do if you have a concern:

Contact the Prevent Lead from the Local Authority - in Prevent priority areas, the local authority will have a Prevent lead who can also provide support. You can also contact your local police force or dial 101 (the non-emergency number). They can talk to you in confidence about your concerns and help you gain access to support and advice.

ACT EARLY - https://actearly.uk/ - is a dedicated PREVENT website, where you can find information on what to do if you are worried someone close to you is expressing extreme views or hatred, which could lead to harm of themselves or others. Helpline number 0800 011 3764.

Contact the Department for Education’s Dedicated Helpline: 020 7340 7264 – this will enable staff and governors to raise concerns relating to extremism directly. Concerns can also be raised by email to counter.extremism@education.gov.uk. Please note that the helpline is not intended for use in emergency situations, such as a child being at immediate risk of harm or a security incident, in which case the normal emergency procedures should be followed.


More information here about the Prevent Duty and advice for schools and childcare providers, please click here.