Safeguarding and Child Protection

Our school is committed to safeguarding children and promoting children’s welfare and expects all staff, governors, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment and maintain a vigilant and safe environment. Everyone has a responsibility to act without delay to protect children by reporting anything that might suggest a child is being abused or neglected. We would expect you to also report to the Headteacher or Designated Safeguarding Lead any behaviours of any adults working in the school that may concern you. By signing our visitors book you are agreeing to follow the school’s safeguarding and conduct advice to visitors and where appropriate the staff behaviour and conduct code.

Please see Policy Documents below:

Appendix One – Protecting Children from Significant Harm 2022-3

Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL)

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Mr R Osborne

Headteacher & Lead DSL

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Mrs V Eccles

Deputy Headteacher & Deputy DSL

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Mrs J Tanner

Assistant Headteacher & Deputy DSL

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Mrs A Pegg

Teaching Assistant KS1, Pastoral Lead & DSL

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Miss G Coton



If you are being bullied, either physically or emotionally,  or are worried that someone else may be you can access support from;

Domestic Violence & Abuse

If you or anyone in your family is experiencing Domestic Violence or abuse you can access support from;

Bereavement and loss

If you are worried about or have experienced Bereavement or loss you can access support from;

General Advice and Support

If you feel that you need some advice or support on any issue would like to be able to find someone to talk to then you can access this on the following websites:

Mental Health

If you are struggling with your own Mental Health or are worried about someone else you can access support from;

Online safety

Should you have concerns around any aspect of online safety, including sexting, online abuse or grooming or you are concerned about someone that you are talking to online you can access support from; 

Safeguarding and online safety advice

NSPCC (for adults)                             0808 800 5000

NSPCC Child Line (18 and under)   0800 1111

NSPCC advice to parents and carers on talking about difficult topics with their children

GOV UK (reporting child abuse)

CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre)