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‘I have come that they may have life,
and have it to the full.' John 10:10

Enabling children to flourish and succeed

Safeguarding

Safeguarding policy 2021-2022

SAFEGUARDING INFORMATION

We have a duty to ensure children are safe. In school we do this by making sure that everyone who comes into the building is suitable for working with children. We also work hard to minimise risk in the school grounds and building.

Designated Safeguarding Team at Tugby CE Primary School

If you have concerns about the safety or well-being  of any member of our school community then please contact our schools Designated Safeguarding Lead.

Miss Anna Dyson

 

Or one of our deputy Safeguarding Leads:

Miss Alice Squire                                Ms Louisa Morris   

                                            

Our designated safeguarding governor is Alyson Rees

 

WHO CAN I TALK TO?

CHILDREN

You can talk to your class teacher or teaching assistant if you feel worried or unsafe. If you feel that you can’t talk to them, then you can speak to Mrs Morris, Miss Dyson , or any other teacher you feel safe with. Everyone at school wants you to feel happy and safe.

There is a free* telephone advice service called Childline where you can talk to someone in confidence about your worries. The number is 0800 1111.

*the service is free on landlines and mobile networks

PARENTS

If you have any concerns about your child’s welfare, please make an appointment with the class teacher in the first instance. Remember, they will take any issue or concern you have seriously, and are committed to helping your child feel safe at school. Most issues are resolved satisfactorily at this stage.

If you or the teacher feels that the issue cannot be resolved at this level, a meeting can be arranged with the headteacher to take this issue further.

 

Useful Links:

Home | Parent Zone

Childnet — Online safety for young people

CEOP Education (thinkuknow.co.uk)

Information, Advice and Support to Keep Children Safe Online (internetmatters.org)

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