Keeping our children safe and teaching them how to stay safe is an important part of our school life. It encompasses the following areas;

  1. Child Protection
  2. Health and Safety
  3. Anti-Bullying
  4. E-Safety
  5. Medical Safety
  6. Equality and Diversity

Our school takes seriously its responsibility to safeguard and protect children. the Designated Child Protection Officer is Mrs S Robinson, Assistant Headteacher for Pupil Welfare. The Designated Child Protection Governor is Rev A Young. Both officers can be contacted via the main school office.

Our school policies relating to Safeguarding and Child Protection can be accessed via the links below. To translate any of the policies into another language please follow the link for Google translate. Then open the document and copy and paste it onto the website to translate it to the appropriate language.

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On-Line Safety Tips for Parents

Acceptable Use - Early Years and Infants (EYFS & KS1)

Acceptable Use - All Juniors (KS2)

Acceptable Use - Staff & Volunteers

Acceptable Use - On-line Safety Guidance for Parents 

Accessibility Plan

Anti-bullying Policy 2016/2017

Asthma Policy

Attendance Policy

Behaviour and Physical Intervention Policy 2016/2017

Bullying UK website

Educational Trips and Visits Policy 2015/2016

Equality Objectives

Equalities Policy

E-Safety Policy 2015/2016

Female Genital Mutilation Policy

Intimate Care Policy 2016/2017

Managing Allegations Flow Chart for Parents

Medical Needs Policy 2015/2016

NSPCC Share Aware Booklet

On-line Safety Policy

Operation Encompass Letter - January 2019

Peer on Peer Abuse Policy

Procedures for Changing Children

Safeguarding Policy - Agreed 31 January 2019

Child Friendly Child Protection Policy

Safe Recruitment Working Practices

Safe Working in Education Settings - Code of Conduct

Special Educational Needs Policy

3 Cs On-line Media Policy