Child Protection

We consider the safeguarding of children in our care as upmost importance.  Visitors to the school are kindly asked to report to Reception on arrival.  You will be asked to sign in and, should you be visiting children, you will be asked to show your DBS, photo id and other relevant documentation.

If anyone has any concerns that a child may be at risk or being mistreated, they should raise these concerns with the designated safeguarding lead (Sue Selwood, Headteacher) immediately.

Please see the links below to important documents regarding safeguarding of children:

Child Protection Policy

Safeguarding Statement

Keeping Children Safe in Education Guidance

Working Together to Safeguard Children

Anti-bullying and Anti-hate Policy