The content below sets out the school’s safeguarding information.  Safeguarding is the highest priority for the school and as such we take this information very seriously.  We expect all staff, parents and volunteers to adhere to our policies and procedures.  Concerns about child welfare need to be brought to the attention of the Designated Safeguarding Lead (Antony Kern, Headteacher) or to one of the Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads (Colette McNally, Deputy Headteacher; Alison Beardon, SENDCO).  Alternatively safeguarding concerns can be brought to the attention of Edris Tildesley (Chair of Governors and Governor responsible for safeguarding).  All concerns are treated as serious and investigated thoroughly.

For further information regarding safeguarding and wider implications for parents and children please follow the link to the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Safeguarding Partnership Board website.

As a member of the public (including parents) if you believe a child is in danger please bring your concerns to the school.  Alternatively you can make a referral by following this link to report this directly.

Policies and Procedures relating to safeguarding

70 Safer Recruitment Policy BVCP 07092021

8 Safeguarding and Child Protection 2023

Keeping children safe in education 2023 statutory guidance

22 Online Esafety Policy

10 CME Policy (For Maintained Schools and Academies) December 2020 (11.2)

50 Whistle Blowing Policy

28 Remote learning Feb 2023