What is safeguarding?
Visitors coming on to school premises, including the playground, have a duty of care towards the welfare and safety of the children and adults in the school. This is called safeguarding.
Safeguarding means that:
- children are protected from maltreatment
- a child’s health or development is protected
- children grow up with safe and eﬀective care
- action is taken to ensure the best outcomes for all children
Safeguarding is the action we take to promote the welfare of children in our care to protect them from harm. We take this responsibility very seriously and we work in close partnership with parents and professionals to protect all of our children. The school will take any reasonable action to ensure the welfare and safety of its pupils is maintained.
Our staff and governors have been trained on safeguarding in line with the KEEPING CHILDREN SAFE IN EDUCATION document and have taken part in 'PREVENT'.
If you worried about a child's safety you can contact MASH (Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub) directly on 01403 229900
Who to contact in our school
If in doubt, talk to someone… Designated Safeguarding Lead
Mr John Galvin, Headteacher
Designated Safeguarding Deputies
Mrs L Sandon-Webb, Deputy Headteacher / SENDCo
REMEMBER, KEEPING OUR CHILDREN SAFE IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TOO!