We have a strong safeguarding culture at our school. All staff, parents and visitors to the site are asked to sign in when accessing the building and to provide proof of identity if needed. We believe that one of the important roles we have is to protect our community from abuse and to keep them safe from harm.
In September 2022, the government published a document called Keeping Children Safe in Education. It provides clarity that schools should have their own individual safeguarding policy. This policy should meet the needs of their children in their community, with the particular kinds of issues that may be most important for them.
To view our child protection policy please click here.
Our safeguarding policy should be read in conjunction with the child protection policy.
We record all of our concerns about a child using an electronic system called CPOMS. This system helps to monitor children in our school.
Please see our 'Parents' tab on our homepage and click on 'Keeping your Child Safe Online' for more support on e-safety issues.