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Serious Incident Procedure

 

Should a serious incident happen during the school day, below is the structure that is to be followed:

 

On Site:

 

  • Serious incident occurs that involves Physical Intervention (and all parties have moved through the crisis stage).
  • Complete a serious incident reporting slip about the incident.
  • responsible person is to take it to the Admin Office (within 5 minutes of the incident or soon thereafter).
  • The admin team will insert a one line entry into the Serious Incident book.
  • The admin team will input this number and information onto the individual student’s serious incident sheet. This will be given to the member of staff whom led the physical intervention.
  • Staff or admin team to inform a member of the SLT.
  • All staff involved are to complete the reporting process (within 24 hours). This is to include external phone calls.
  • The Reflection, Repair and Rebuild process is to begin as soon after the incident as is feasibly and realistically possible (dependant on the student and the nature/ level of the incident). The incident must be reviewed by the student, members of staff involved and member of the SMT if required.

 

Off Site:

 

  • Serious incident occurs that involves Physical Intervention (and all parties have moved through the crisis stage).
  • The incident is reported back to school admin team by phone call.
  • The admin team will insert a one-line entry into the Serious Incident book.
  • Staff or Admin team to inform a member of the SLT
  • The admin team will input this number and information onto the individual student’s serious incident sheet. This will be given to the member of staff whom led the physical intervention, upon return back to school.
  • All staff involved are to complete the reporting process (within 24 hours). This is to include external phone calls.
  • The Reflection, Repair and Rebuild process is to begin as soon after the incident as is feasibly and realistically possible (dependant on the student and the nature/ level of the incident). The incident must be reviewed by the student, members of staff involved and member of the SMT if required.

 

February 2020

 

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