Safeguarding, and promoting the welfare of children, is a broader term than Child Protection. It encompasses protecting children from maltreatment, preventing impairment of children’s health or development, and ensures children grow up in safe circumstances. Child Protection is part of this definition and refers to activities undertaken to prevent children suffering, or likely to suffer, significant harm.

SCARF – Safeguarding Concern Alert Report Form. Click on the image below to report your concern.

The Team

Claire Lockett
Safeguarding Manager
Jacqueline Mason
Richard Moxon
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Claire Welsby
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Karen Baldwin
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Rachel Lloyd
Safeguarding Governor
Ashleigh Hurrell

We are experiencing strange and difficult times at the moment, as the world faces a period of insecurity the like of which we have never seen and to this end, there are extra strains being placed on all aspects of our lives. It is important that we all remain safe and well and it is important that we all stay safe online and that we look after one another.

Stay Safe: Click here for help, support and advice for students, parents and carers to ensure that everyone remains well. Your child’s welfare and safety are paramount. If you are concerned, please inform a member of the team.

Summer Safety: School summer holidays are a peak time for railway trespass, especially amongst young people. Network Rail is promoting the You vs. Train campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of railway trespass.On 24th June 2014, Tom Hubbard took on the railway. he had no idea that this decision would change his life forever. Click here to watch the film to find out about his story.

See, Hear, Respond

See, Hear, Respond is a rapid support service from Barnardo’s, which helps children, young people and families affected by the coronavirus crisis. Click here to find out more.

Online Safety – Our Digital World

Young people today are immersed in a digital world. The power of digital media to explore, connect, create, and learn is part of our culture. With this power, young people have fantastic opportunities and yet they face many potential pitfalls. As a school, we are proactive in sharing advice and guidance with our school community, illustrating both the positive and negative aspects associated with being digital. We explore the consequences of our actions and the ramifications associated with: cyberbullying, digital cheating, identity, self- image, digital footprint, communication and internet safety. We understand that it is essential for all to have the necessary skills to be able to manage the online world.

These safety and security concerns underpin the need for children and young people to learn digital literacy and citizenship skills and to support pupils to act responsibly and to use the internet in a safe and positive way.

Parent Guide ICT

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Parent Info
The experts in digital family life. Providing support and information to help families to navigate the internet safely and confidently
Parent Zone
Part of Parent Info, providing practical advice and support for major social media, gaming and latest trends in a digital world
If you have been a victim of sexual online abuse or you’re worried this is happening to someone you know, let CEOP know safely and securely
Internet Matters
Parental guides on smartphones and digital devices, social media, broadband and networks, entertainment and search engines
The education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline
Own It
Here to help you be the boss of your online life. Whatever you need – help and advice, skills, inspiration – we’ve got it covered
Common Sense
An independent non-profit organisation dedicated to helping kids thrive in a rapidly changing world
Childline is yours. A free, private and confidential service where you can talk about anything. Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, we’re here for you online, on the phone, anytime
UK Safer Internet Centre
Providing e-safety advice for young people, parents and carers, teachers and professionals
NSPCC whistleblowing advice line