This page also links to our Safeguarding page – click here to view the information on that page.

Nothing is more important to us than the safety and welfare of our pupils. We take rigorous steps to ensure that children stay safe and do not come to any harm. We work closely with parents / carers and a range of professional external agencies in order to secure this.

If you have any concerns, no matter how small they may seem, about the safety or welfare of any child, please contact :

Designated Lead for Child Protection – Hannah Jones

Head Teacher – Joanne Lewis

Governor Link – Maurice McCracken

Chair of Governors – Donna Fox

Learning Mentor – Angela Fairhurst and Paula Price

To see all of our safeguarding information please go to Key information and follow our safeguarding tab.

For more information see below.


If you think that bullying is just a part of everyday school life, you’re wrong. No-one deserves to be bullied and you shouldn’t ignore the problem. Click here for the government guidance on bullying.

Online safety

Think U Know is a set of resources developed by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre at website: to help educate young people, parents and teachers about safe and positive use of the internet.

Know IT All is a set of resources developed by Childnet International at website: to help educate parents and teachers about safe and positive use of the internet.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)

CEOP work to encourage all organisations that have an online presence where children and young people congregate to adopt the CEOP ‘Report Abuse’ mechanism.  You can report abuse by clicking here and visiting the CEOP website. .

Family Lives

A national charity that works for, and with, parents. It works to offer help and support through an innovative range of free, flexible, responsive services. Click here for the Family Lives matters website.
tel: 0808 800 2222


Helps all kinds of families to cope with a wide range of issues including poverty, abuse, and homelessness. Click here for the Barnardos website.
tel: 01268 520224


Gives information for parents on a range of ways children can be bullied including cyber bullying and gives advice on keeping children safe online. Click here for Kidsacpe website.
tel: 020 7730 3300

Missing Person Helpline

Whether you are missing yourself, or have been affected by the disappearance of a loved one, you can contact the missing person helpline whenever and however you want.

phone or text: 116000 (24 hours)

National Drugs Helpline

tel: 0800 77 66 00 (24 hour free advice)

NHS Direct

tel: 0845 4647 or click here for the NHS Direct website.


Offers some helpful information for parents and carers on a range of issues, such as internet safety, protecting children at home and positive parenting tips. Click here for the NSPCC website.

tel: 0808 800 5000

Parents against Child Sexual Exploitation (PACE)

Free E learning course for parents and carers on Child Sexual Exploitation aimed at raising awareness, identifying signs and providing advice on what to do if you have concerns. Click here for the Safeguarding Children website and follow the simple registration process.

Women’s Aid Federation

The key national charity working to end domestic violence against women and children. Support a network of over 500 domestic and sexual violence services across the UK. Click here for Women’s Aid Federation website.
tel: 08457 023 468

Parents Centre

Information and support for parents on how to help with your child’s learning, including advice on choosing a school and finding childcare. Click here for the Parents Centre website.

Hygiene and infection control

Resources for parents and children to support infection control, promoting healthy lives and educating ourselves about correct antibiotic use.

Safeguarding Resource Hub

Resource and support for parents, carers, pupils and professionals to support safeguarding within our community.

Criminal Child Exploitation

Support and resources for parents, children and professionals around supporting gang, knife, criminal crimes. Children can use this as a route to anonymously refer their concerns. 


What is Prevent?

Prevent is part of CONTEST, the Government’s strategy to address terrorism. The main aim of Prevent is to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism. Prevent focuses on all forms of terrorist threats.  E.g. international terrorism, far right extremists (among others).

The Government’s Prevent strategy can be found by clicking here.

Three key themes

The police, Local Authorities, and our partner organisations are working together to help strengthen and empower our communities to reject those who want to cause harm. We work together and focus on three key themes:

  • Safeguarding vulnerable individuals through the provision of advice and support and intervention projects.
  • Working closely with institutions such as Universities, Schools, Prisons, Health, Charities and faith establishments.
  • Challenging terrorist ideology by working closely with other local and national agencies, partners and our communities

Prevent Team

The Prevent Engagement Team of officers and police staff aim to encourage discussion ensuring that terrorism is prevented from taking root in our communities. They support the wider engagement activities already taking place in schools, places of worship and community groups.

Through this work they aim to strengthen communities in order to challenge the ideologies and messages of hate which lead to terrorism.

How you can help?

It is important that we all work together, so that we can protect our communities. There are many ways you can help:

  • You can get in touch with your local neighbourhood or Prevent team for advice and support, if you are worried about someone you know who you believe may be vulnerable to radicalisation
  • You can speak to your local officers or Prevent contact about helping run community events to bring people from different communities together
  • You can provide facilities that could help us and our partners hold community engagement events.


Lots of useful advice can also be found at