The school was inspected by Ofsted in January 2015. The inspectors said' The school's work to keep pupils safe and secure is outstanding.'
Our Safeguarding Charter
We are committed to:
Are you Ace aware?
Childhood experiences, both positive and negative, have a tremendous impact on immediate and lifelong health and opportunity. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are traumatic events that affect children while growing and could include neglect, physical abuse, domestic abuse, adult mental health and substance misuse.
Exposure to ACE’s could lead to risky health behaviours (smoking, alcoholism, drug use), chronic heath conditions (eg: obesity, diabetes, depression, heart disease and cancer), low life potential (poor academic achievements and employability) and early death. A public health video has been released to help all adults understand the impact of ACEs.
|Nicola Birch||Designated Safeguarding Lead|
|Nicola Roscoe||Deputy Safeguarding Lead|
|Meg Buckley||Safeguarding Governor|
|Peter Burcher||Learning Mentor|
|Rachael Cornett||Learning Mentor|
|Tom Ferry||IT Co-ordinator|
|Dawn Foxon||Family Support Worker|
|Sandra Morgan||Interim Business Manager|
Safeguarding is about ensuring that everyone is safe from harm – safe from bullying, safe from people who could abuse, safe from discrimination or harassment – and that we all feel safe in our environment.
We listen to our pupils and take seriously what they tell us. All school staff are trained in Child Protection, and children are made aware of the adults they can talk to if they have any concerns. Staff are trained to look out for signs of physical/emotional harm or neglect and are required to report these to the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL).
If you have any concerns about a child please contact Mrs Birch
If you have a concern about the welfare of a child call
Anyone can make a referral 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
See E-Safety page for more information.