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Academy safeguarding update for all parents:- NCA issues urgent warning about ‘sextortion’

Following a big increase in the number of teenagers, particularly boys, who have been tricked into sharing naked images online the National Crime Agency has put out a UK wide alert.

Sextortion involves deliberately lying to and grooming a child, in order to get them to share an intimate image.

The perpetrator will then use the image to try and blackmail the victim. Children are particularly vulnerable and there has been an increase in the number of reported incidents across the globe.

Below are links to the original article by the NCA and todays BBC news report. Both contain advice on how you can protect and support your child.

NCA issues urgent warning about ‘sextortion’ - National Crime Agency

Pupils get rare alert over dangers of sextortion - BBC News

Should you require further support around this issue or advice, please contact the Academy and request a call from the safeguarding team on 0121 647 2471. You can also contact us by email using the student wellbeing form found at the following link - Safeguarding - King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy.

Polite reminder for all Year 8 parents

Your child is due to have their HPV immunisation. A letter with a link on has been emailed to you and is available on the website at Parents > Parental Letters to consent online whether you do or do not wish your child to receive the recommended vaccine.

If you need help or advice completing the consent form, please contact the SAIS team directly on the phone number 0121 466 3410. Consent closes on Friday 3rd May.


Back to School – Free Online Parenting Courses for Parents and Carers

As children and young people prepare to return to school, we are sending a reminder of FREE online courses available to everyone in Birmingham to help to support with parenting. 

There are 24 different online courses in a variety of languages.  The courses include:

  • Understanding your child: from toddler to teenager
  • Understanding your child with additional needs
  • Understanding your child’s mental health and well being
  • Understanding your relationships

Just enter the word COMMUNITY in the access code box to get started - Online Learning (

For queries or further information please contact the Family Hubs team at

Free School Meals

Applications for Free School Meals are made via the Link2ICT website.


ParentPay can be used to pay for items including uniform

Remote Learning Information

Please find below information about the remote learning provision at KESH Academy at this link.

Behaviour for Learning

Please find below information about the Behaviour for Learning at the Academy.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Our whole school Public Sector Equality
Duty statement outlines our objectives.
  • To increase the accurate reporting of prejudice-related incidents across the staff team.
  • To increase understanding between ethnic groups and religious groups.
  • To increase student understanding of the use and impact of language, to decrease the use of homophobic language.
  • To increase student understanding of disabilities and special educational needs.

Homework and Independent Learning Schedule

King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy believes that learning is a lifelong activity and recognises the importance of enabling all students to be independent, lifelong learners.

Home School Agreement

This agreement sets out what the Academy, the Student and Parent/Carers will do to ensure that your child has the opportunity to achieve the highest possible educational standards and benefits from the opportunities available at KESH Academy.

Tackling Bullying

Bullying in any form is inexcusable. Find out how you can report incidents of bullinying to us.

The Trust

King Edward VI Academy Trust Birmingham is a charitable company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales. Registered number 10654935. Registered office: Foundation Office, Edgbaston Park Road, Birmingham, B15 2UD. Tel: 0121 472 1147.