We work closely together with parents, carers, community figures and a range of external professionals in order to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our pupils.

We follow closely the statutory guidance from the Department for Education. Click the link for the September 2019 guidance for 'keeping children safe in education'. If you have any concerns about the safety or wellbeing of any child, please contact the school’s designated Lead for Child Protection; Jenna Cooke.

Jenna Cooke

Designated Lead for Child Protection

Ruth Edmunds

Safeguarding and Pupil Wellbeing Assistant

Prevent Duty

Working positively to protect young people from radicalisation.

You may have heard about the Prevent programme which aims to prevent young people from being radicalised by, for example, far right extremists or religious extremists.

In school we have a duty to care for the children and take note of any child who is at risk of radicalisation, regardless of their background. We also have to take steps to help prevent children being exposed to extremist ideas. Our overriding concern is that children feel safe and also express tolerance towards all cultures and religions,even when personal views may be different.

See our full page on our Prevent Duty here. You can pick up a leaflet on our Prevent Strategy from the main office, or see the document at the bottom of this page to download a digital copy of our guide.

Community Links

First Response Reporting a child at immediate risk

If the child is at immediate risk call the Police on 999. When our offices are closed call the Emergency Duty Team - 01454 615 165.

For details about helping your child to stay safe online, please visit the e-safety for parents page.

Childline - Tel: 0800 1111 -

Equality Now (in Nairobi, Kenya and London, UK) - Tel (London): +44(0) 20-7304 6902 Tel (Nairobi): + 254 20-271-9832 -

NSPCC FGM Helpline - 0800 028 3550 - - Email:


  • Recruitment Policy
  • Allegation of Abuse Against Staff Policy
  • Staff Code of Conduct
  • Policy for Promoting and Supporting Education for Children in Care
  • Say NO to Bullying Policy
  • Additional Needs and Inclusion Policy
  • Rewards and Discipline Policy
  • Cyber Security Policy
  • Sex and Relationships Education Policy
  • Drug Education Policy
  • Intimate Care Policy
  • Medical Arrangements Policy
  • Digital Imaging Policy
  • Health and Safety Policy

For all other information on our policies please go to  or

General Information

NSPCC Share Aware - keep children safe online