From Keeping Children Safe in Education (Part 1):

"Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is defined for the purposes of this guidance as: protecting children from maltreatment; preventing impairment of children’s health or development; ensuring that children grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care; and taking action to enable all children to have the best outcomes.

Where a child is suffering significant harm, or is likely to do so, action should be taken to protect that child. Action should also be taken to promote the welfare of a child in need of additional support, even if they are not suffering harm or are at immediate risk."

Keeping Children Safe in Education



Designated Safeguarding Officer:

Mrs Jo Hill, Head of SchoolMrs Jo Hill, Head of School

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Officers:

Mrs Tracey Dunn, Executive HeadMrs Tracey Dunn, Executive Head

Mrs Laura Wilson, Assistant Head & SwiftTeacherMrs Laura Wilson, Assistant Head

Mrs Heather Saunders, Assistant Head & SENCoMrs Heather Saunders, Assistant Head & SENCo
Mrs Debbie Lewis, Family School Link WorkerMrs Debbie Lewis, Family School Link Worker    



Useful Guides and Links for Parents:

National Online Safety E-safety guides On Your Mind – a great resource for parents on a range of topics that including problems with eating,
sleeping and relationships
NSPCC resource for children who are being bullied Exploitation and Online Protection command - Advice about online abuse and how to report itNude Selfies - What parents and carers need to know. 

As mentioned on our E-Safety evening the website below provides parents with a synopsis of the games and apps children might want to download and play, giving you an idea of whether they are appropriate for your children. The Reviews tab is at the top left hand side.

Common Sense Media


Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (DVDS)

Information from the police: Domestic violence and abuse is a devastating crime that shatters the lives of victims and families.

The Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (DVDS) – often referred to as “Clare’s Law” after the tragic case of Clare Wood, who was murdered by her former partner in Greater Manchester in 2009 – was rolled out across all 43 police forces in England and Wales.

The Scheme allows the police to disclose information regarding an individual’s previous violent and abusive offending to their partner, where this may help protect them from further violence and abuse.

Based on the information provided within an application, we will carry out a range of checks. If these reveal a record of abuse, or suggest a risk of violence or abuse, we will consider sharing this information.

Our aim is to help people to make a more informed decision on whether to continue a relationship and provide help and support when making that choice.

Wiltshire Police Advice about Domestic Violence

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