We take our responsibilities to safeguard your children very seriously - please find above a copy of our Safeguarding Policy 2022-23 which each member of staff adhere to.
We work within Government Legislation Keeping Children Safe in Education 2022 (update) in conjunction with Working Together to Safeguard Children. These documents highlight current significant national issues including preventing Radicalisation in line with the 'Prevent' Strategy (part of the government’s counter-terrorism strategy to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism) and with the internet available to every child in today's modern society an increased awareness of our contextual issues such as Grooming, Child on Child Abuse, Child Criminal Exploitation and Child Sexual Exploitation. We work alongside external agencies including Health, Social Care, Family Service, Women's Aid, Police and Children Centre's to ensure all our children are kept safe and protected from harm.
If you have any concerns about a child and would like to speak to a member of senior staff please call Mr Lilley or Mrs Phoenix on 01909 534060.
Alternatively, if you would just like an informal chat please give Karen Gardiner from the Community Team a call on 01909 534079.
As a school, we are committed to ensure that we follow the latest eSafety guidelines to keep our children safe online. We have been assessed and accredited with the 360 degrees eSafety Award.