The most important job we have in school is to
KEEP YOUR CHILD SAFE!
We know the trust and faith you put in us when you bring your child to school each day and we will do our utmost to protect them.
This page will explain what we do in school, what procedures we follow, who you can talk to if you have any concerns, what to do if you are worried and advice to help you work with us for the benefit of our wonderful children.
In school we have a duty of care for all our children and staff. If you have a worry or concern, these are the people to talk to.
Click on the link to find our Safeguarding Policy and also the most recent Government guidance on keeping children safe.
You can find links on our Policies page (under 'School') to other documents that link to this i.e. our Behaviour, ICT, Acceptable Internet Use, Cyber Bullying, Digital Safety, Code of Conduct, First Aid, Health and Safety, Medicines in School, Sex and Relationships Education, Drugs, School Trips, PSHE and SEND policies.
Other Adults Collecting Children
Pleas fill this form in with contact details of adults other than known to school and give to office or class teacher. It can also be obtained from the school office.
Where else can I find help?
There are many agencies who work tirelessly to support children, some have come in to work with the children at school.
Clink on the logos below to take you to the page that can help you and give you information.
The NSPCC came into school on 9th November 2016 and delivered workshops and assemblies to all our children on keeping safe in today's world.
Local Contact numbers for advice, help and to report any concerns:
What else do we do in school to keep your child safe?
Internet safety - look on our page under the Parents tab, 'Online safety' . Here you can find lots of links, advice, how to set up parental controls and keep your child safe when gaming. Look out for parental workshops we are organising!
Swimming - Throughout the year we take Year 5 to Colton Hills Baths for swimming lessons as part of the PE and Games curriculum. The aim is to try and ensure children can swim 25metres before leaving primary school and have a knowledge of safety in water.
Bikeability - Year 4, 5 and 6 are offered Bikeability training, to ensure they know how to ride a bike safely and that they have an understanding of how to be safe on the roads and the correct and safe way to ride a bike on the public highways.
PSHE curriculum - covers aspects of personal, social and health education to help chldren understand how important a healthy lifestyle is and the danger of smoking, drugs and alcohol.
Sex and Relationship Education - we work closely with the School Nurse team and with parental consent to prepare our Y6 for puberty and healthy relationships befr ethy beging secondary school.
Residentials - we have annual residential trips for all years between Y2-6, helping our children to develop confidence, independence and resilience to become strong and confident individuals in today's society.