Protecting Children & Young People is everybody’s responsibility.

If you or a young person is in immediate danger telephone 999

Staff, governors & visitors should, in the first instance, report concerns to the Designated Safeguarding Lead and/or Deputy Safeguarding Lead/s listed below.

Mrs. Sadler

Head Teacher
Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs. Clews

Dept Head Teacher
Dept Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs. Turton

Early Years Teacher
Dept Designated Safeguarding Lead

Miss. Wild

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Dept Designated Safeguarding Lead

Our appointed Mental Health First aiders are:
Miss. Wild, Mrs. Turton & Mrs. Boult

Education Welfare Officer:
Mr. Liam Rowley

Local Authority Designated Officer
(LADO): John Hanlon

Supporting Family Support Worker:

Young Carers Caseworker:

In the unlikely event all D/DSL’s are off-site, the following services are available to you.

If a child or young person is at risk of significant harm you must (immediately) call the Children’s Advice & Duty Service (CHAD) on 01782 235100.

You must have the child’s details ready to share when requested.

If your concern arises after 5pm or at a weekend/during school holidays contact the Emergency Duty Team on 01782 234234.

If you are advising a family to make a self-referral they will need to call CHAD on 01782 235100.

Families can also make a referral via the NSPCC.