Safeguarding

Safeguarding

Sexual Violence, Harassment and abuse in Educational Settings

Our school is committed to promoting the safety and wellbeing of all students. We achieve this through putting in place robust systems and procedures to manage any concerns reported. We respond immediately to any concerns raised and ensure that these are dealt with appropriately, sensitively and in a timely manner.

Students can report concerns by contacting any member of staff.

Parents and carers can contact our safeguarding leads, Allyson Buckton, Gemma Sutton or Kirsty Mills, and our safeguarding governor Sue Van Hout via the School Office or by email.

The NSPCC have set up a dedicated, confidential, helpline available to current or past victims of sexual violence or harassment, as well as parents, carers or professions with concerns.

The dedicated NSPCC helpline number is: 0800 136 663

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Child Protection and Safeguarding

Sexual violence, harassment and abuse in educational settings

Our school is committed to promoting the safety and wellbeing of all students. We achieve this through putting in place robust systems and procedures to manage any concerns reported. We respond immediately to any concerns raised and ensure that these are dealt with appropriately, sensitively and in a timely manner.

Students can report concerns by contacting any member of staff.

Parents and carers can contact our safeguarding leads, Allyson Buckton, Gemma Sutton or Kirsty Mills, and our safeguarding governor Sue Van Hout via the School Office or by email.

The NSPCC have set up a dedicated, confidential, helpline available to current or past victims of sexual violence or harassment, as well as parents, carers or professions with concerns.

The dedicated NSPCC helpline number is: 0800 136 663

In line with DFE guidance, only prescribed medicines will be administered in school. Wherever possible parents should accept the administration of medicine as their responsibility but, if it is unavoidable that a child should take medicine in school, then the following must apply:

  • The medicine must be in its original pharmacy container and must be clearly labelled by the pharmacy with the child’s name and dose
  • Medicines must be handed in to the school office (NOT the class teacher), where the necessary consent forms should be completed and signed
  • Medicines will be stored securely in the staffroom fridge or the office, and should be collected by an adult at the end of the day

Asthma inhalers should be kept in class where they are easily accessible. If your child has an inhaler or an epi-pen, please ensure that these are within their ‘use by’ dates.