Safeguarding the children’s safety and welfare is paramount to our school and all adults working at the school undertake regular training to identify potential safeguarding issues that could be affecting our children.If you have any concerns about the welfare of a child in our school please do not hesitate to contact one of the team.

Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL): Suzie Prince

Key Safeguarding Team:  Darren Gamble, Suzie Prince, Kim Crinion and Dawn Tarran.


The government guidance in relation to safeguarding is below to view:

Suzie Prince
  • Designated Safeguarding Lead (Child Protection)
  • Looked After Children
  • Parent and Family Engagement
  • Attendance
  • Pastoral support
  • Emotional and Behavioural issues inc. bullying,
    Darren Gamble
    • Health and Safety,
    • Welfare and Attendance
    • Ethnic/Racial issues and monitoring
    • Educational Visits Coordinator (EVC)
    Dawn Tarran
    • SENDCo
    Tony Laughton
    • Health and Safety
    • School Security
    Anne Pennock
    • Health and Safety Consultant
    Neil Thompson
    • School Nursing Sister
    Andy Clarke
    • Education Social Worker

    Our free communication app allows us to provide parents with instant access to our important messages and up to date school information. Please contact the school office if you have not received your personal invite.

    Name of OrganisationLinkDescription
    Reporting extremist Material Online is a self reporting link to report extremist material online where the Counter Terrorism Policing Internet Referral Unit will investigate and if identified as extremist in content will seek to remove.
    Act Early is the link to Counter Terrorism Policing PREVENT website which provides information on spotting the signs of radicalisation and how you can get safeguarding support if you think a loved one or friend is at risk
    Internet Matters internetmatters.orgInternet Matters is a nonprofit organisation, based in London, England. It was established to help parents keep their children safe online and provides lots of useful practical advice across a wide age range all aimed and keeping young people safe online
    UK Safer Internet Centre UK Safer Internet Centre is funded under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme of the European Commission. As such we contribute to the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) core service platform to share resources, services and practices between the European Safer Internet Centres and advice and information about a better internet to the general public run specialist services for children and young people who have engaged in harmful sexual behaviour or area risk of or experiencing child sexual abuse and exploitation is a free, private, and confidential service where children and young people can talk about anything either on the phone or online. Childline provides information and advice on a range of topics including nudes and semi-nudes and, with the IWF, offers Report Remove, a tool to help under 18s in reporting images and videos to get them removed from the internet. Childline also includes online safety advice for d/Deaf children andyoung people
    Childnet www.childnet.comChildnet provides free online safety information,advice and educational resources for young people, professionals and parents and carers. This includes session plans on online sexual harassment, healthy relationships and the sharing of nudes and semi-nudes. Learning resources for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities(SEND) are also available
    NCA-CEOP – Thinkuknow is the online safety education programme from the National Crime Agency. It provides information and advice for parents and carers and children and young people on sex, relationships and the internet. NSPCC provides training and guidance for professionals and advice for parents and carers across a range of child safeguarding topics. The NSPCC also provides services that work to protect children against sexual abuse and free teaching resources and lesson plans that explore healthy relationships, concerning or abusive behaviour, and sharing images online. Learning resources for children and young people with SEND are also available.