Safeguarding

Governors, staff, children and parents all have a huge role to play to ensure our children stay safe.

This part of our website has been developed to promote some of the useful information and websites available to us all.  Please have a look at the useful documents and website links below.

They will link into websites that talk about well being matters, e safety and mental health. If you would like to see any other information on our website, please feel free to contact the school via the ‘contact us’ page.

Key Documents

Safeguarding And Child Protection Policy

Keeping Children Safe in Education KCSIE 2020

Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub Information Parents

Extremism A Guide For Parents

E-Safety Booklet For Parents And Carers

Meet Our Safeguarding Team

Our safeguarding leads are always available for advice or help.

Mr R Crilly

Safeguarding Lead

Mr J Nairn

Deputy Safeguarding Lead

Mrs L Harries

Deputy Safeguarding Lead

Mrs R Varma

Deputy Safeguarding Lead

M.A.S.H And Designated Safeguarding Leads At School

If a child is in immediate danger at any time, left alone or missing you should contact the police / and / or an ambulance using 999.

The Mult-Agency Safeguarding hub deals with referrals from professionals and members of the public who have concerns about a child’s welfare.

They can be contacted on 0300 126 1000 or by email to mash@northamptonshire.gcsx.gov.uk. Out of hours, please contact 01604 837999 or dial 999 in an emergency.

Please see the Multi agency safeguarding leaflet for more information.

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead in school is Mr Nairn, and our Deputy Safeguarding Leads are Mr Crilly and Mrs Harries. If you are a member of staff with concerns, please speak to the Designated Safeguarding Lead or fill in a pink ’cause for concern’ sheet and pass in an envelope marked ‘confidential’ to one of them. Please see our child protection and safeguarding policy for further information.

Children

We want you to feel safe and be happy at school. If you have any worries, you can talk to your class teacher or any adult in school that you feel comfortable with. It is sometimes very helpful to talk through your problems. There are always adults that care.

Remember, if you do feel there is no one to talk to, there is also a helpline called ‘childline’ where you can talk to a counsellor confidentially. Childline won’t tell anyone else unless you want them to or if you are in danger. The telephone number is 0800 1111 and this number is free.