We all have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
If you have any concerns about the health or safety of a child at school—or feel something may be troubling them—you should share this information with a member of staff straight away.
If you think the matter is very serious and may be related to a child protection concern—e.g., physical, sexual or emotional abuse, or neglect—you must talk to a member of the safeguarding team immediately. Ask the school office to find them regarding a confidential and urgent matter.
Any allegation about someone who works with children in a paid or voluntary capacity must be reported directly to the Headteacher or Safeguarding team. If the allegation involves the Headteacher of Safeguarding team, it must be reported directly to the chair of the Governing Body.
Policies and Procedures
We follow the Safeguarding Sheffield Children policies and procedures. You can view them on the Safeguarding Sheffield Children website.
Child Protection Liaison Teacher
A senior member of the leadership team, responsible for dealing with safeguarding issues, providing advice and support to other staff, liaising with the local authority, and working with other agencies.
Lynne can be contacted on 0114 30 30 381, ext 206
Deputy Child Protection Liaison Teacher
A member of the teaching, support or pastoral staff, in a post which requires assessment of children, with sufficient status and authority to effectively deputise for the CPLT role above.
Liam can be contacted on 0114 30 30 381, ext 214
The headteacher is responsible for implementing policies and procedures, allocating resources to the safeguarding team and addressing staff safeguarding concerns.
Staff member who provides advice, liaison and support for school staff and other agencies working with pupils with special education needs and their parents or carers.
Addresses difficulties preventing a child from reaching their full potential e.g. behaviour, attendance, achievement, timekeeping, homework, safeguarding issues, and develops strategies to overcome these barriers.
Online Safety Coordinator
Develops and maintains an safe online culture within school.
The internet can be great fun. You can chat you your friends, play games and learn about lots of new things.
Sometimes things happen which can make you upset. People may say mean things which make you feel sad, or you may see something that you don’t like. If this happens, you must remember that it is not your fault.
If something bad does happen, you should speak to a grown up and make a CEOP report; there is a button you can press at the bottom of every page on our website.