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Care of Children

The safety and welfare of children is the most fundamental part of our school. Safeguarding children is everybody's responsibility l and all staff members take this part of their job very seriously. We aim to offer a secure and encouraging environment where children’s spiritual, moral and cultural development is enhanced through delivery of the curriculum and through our PSHE programme in particular.
With the exception of break and lunchtime, each member of staff is responsible for the care of children in their class. Members of staff share responsibility for the care of children at breaktimes. At lunchtimes the Midday Supervisors, together with the Headteacher, take responsibility for the children’s welfare. When accidents occur they are dealt with by a member of the school staff in the first instance. If further action is required parents will be contacted. Should you have any worries or concerns about your child in school you should contact your child’s teacher in the first instance. The Headteacher is also available (by prior arrangement if possible) to discuss any more serious concerns.

Child Protection

Parents should be aware that the school is required to take any reasonable action to safeguard its pupils. In cases where the school has reason to be concerned that a child may be subject to ill- treatment, neglect or other forms of abuse, the Headteacher is obliged to follow the Child Protection procedures established by the Derbyshire Safeguarding Children Board.

Health & Safety

The Headteacher makes regular inspections together with a designated member of the Governing Body. If there are found to be areas that need to be addressed then the school will make arrangements for these to be repaired. The school complies with all national and local Health & Safety Regulations.

 If you are concerned and need any advice contact:

Mr Philbin - Safeguarding Lead or Mrs Harris - Deputy Safeguarding Lead 0n 01246851185.

 

You can also "Call Derbyshire" on 01629 533190.

 

Useful information is also available on The Derbyshire Safeguarding Childrens Board website - www.derbyshirescb.org.uk

If you have a concern about a child you can also phone this NSPCC number 24/7 - 08088005000
If you want to have a look at the types of things that the children will be doing in school, to teach them how to stay safe and to care for themselves, then please visit the curriculum pages for your child's Year Group and look at the PSHE section. The information that is there, is, of course, only a flavour of the things they will be learning about.
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