The school adopts an open and accepting attitude towards children as part of its responsibility for pastoral care. All staff encourage children and parents to feel free to talk about any concerns and to see school as a safe place when there are difficulties. Children’s fears and concerns will be taken seriously and children are encouraged to seek help from members of staff.
Child Protection Policy *UPDATED* Sept 2019
Useful link for parents with concerns:
Useful link for children:
Online safety also is part of our safeguarding procedures. All children receive safeguarding lessons at school to encourage good habits when using technological devices as well as highlighting possible dangers they may face.
We present children with ways to best deal with these possible dangers and ways to that they could possibly avoid them. We have previously held online safety evenings both as a school and as a cluster and provided information to help you as parents/carers support your children too. Please find links and documents below.
Designated Safeguarding Lead:
Mr Peter Smith
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads:
Mrs Louise Thomas
Nominated Safeguarding Governor:
Lady Deborah Hayter