No child should suffer harm, either at home or at school. Everyone who works in or visits our school has a responsibility to make sure that all our young people are safe.
Your child’s physical and emotional safety is our priority. Please click here to view our Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy.
We have rewritten our Safeguarding Policy in child-friendly language to explain to our pupils the role of the Safeguarding team and how they work to keep children safe.
We have also made a leaflet, also in a child-friendly format, to help the children remember what to do if they have a worry or concern about something, including using the Worry Box which is located outside Mrs. Shabankareh’s office.
What should I do if I am worried about a child?
If you are worried about the safety of any young person in our school for any reason, you must report this to one of our Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs). You can speak to us in person, or contact us via email.
Our school Designated Safeguarding Leads are
Mr Richard McKenzie - Headteacher (Lead DSL)
Mrs Jacqui Shabankareh - Deputy Headteacher (Deputy DSL)
Mrs Marianne McDonnell - Deputy Headteacher (Deputy DSL)
Mrs Ruth Hall - Senior Teacher (Deputy DSL)
Other Policies Related to Safeguarding
Please click here to view our Anti-Bullying Policy and here to read the child-friendly version.
Please click here to view our Behaviour Management Policy
Please click here to view the Governing Body’s statement on Principles of Behaviour
Please click here to view our Online Safety Policy
Please click here to view our Medicine and Supporting Pupils at School with Medical Conditions Policy
Please note: The school will only accept prescribed medicines that are in-date, labelled, provided in the original container as dispensed by a pharmacist and include instructions for administration, dosage and storage. To download a form to give permission for your child to have medicine administered in school, please click here. The form may also be obtained in hard copy at the school office.