We are committed to offering a safe, quality learning environment for all our children, and taking good care of them while they are here.
The Children Act (1989) puts a duty on all Education Service staff to report any concerns that they may have that any child may be suffering significant harm.
At our school, Headteacher Mrs Sue Jackson is the Child Protection Liaison Teacher. Deputy Headteacher Mrs Nicola Sexton is the Deputy Child Protection LiaisonTeacher.
They treat any matters of children's welfare and safety with professional confidentiality.
Everyone working at or visiting the school is responsible for supporting and safeguarding our children. You can find guidance for Volunteers Working in Our School and policies on Safeguarding and Child Protection below.
If you wish to discuss child protection, provision for children in need, the safety of your child or anything that may be affecting your child's wellbeing, please don't hesitate to contact the school.