Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy
We are totally committed to our pupils' safety and welfare. All our staff are trained in Safeguarding issues and you can find our child protection and safeguarding policy below.
If you have any queries regarding safeguarding please talk to our Senior Designated Safeguarding Lead Tim Nield, Head of Teaching & Learning.
In his absence please speak to the deputy, Sue Wilcox, Class Teacher. They can be contacted via email@example.com or 01297 552687
You can find more information about our approach to safeguarding and further policies as a Trust at First Federation - Safeguarding
Anti Bullying Policy
Anti Racism Policy
Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
Intimate Care Procedures
Looked After Children Policy
Lost Children Policy
Pupil Behaviour Policy
Pupils' Esafety Policy
Outdoor Education and Educational Visits Policy
Recruitment and Selection Policy
Staff and Volunteer Acceptable Use Policy
Devon's multi agency safeguarding hub is called MASH and its website has lots of advice if you are concerned about a child:
The school has been given the opportunity to take part in a project that will run jointly between schools and Devon and Cornwall Police. Operation Encompass is the reporting to schools, prior to the start of the next school day, when a child or young person has exposed to, or involved in, any domestic incident.
Operation Encompass will ensure that a member of the school staff, known as a Key Adult, is trained to allow them to liaise with the police and to use the information that has been shared, in confidence, while ensuring that the school is able to make provision for possible difficulties experienced by children, or their families, who have been involved in, or exposed to, a domestic abuse incident.
We are keen to offer the best support possible to all our pupils and we believe this will be extremely beneficial for all those involved.
County Lines is when criminals from major cities such as Liverpool, Manchester, London and Birmingham expand their drug networks to other areas of the country. This activity brings violence, exploitation and abuse to rural communities. County Line networks are having a massive impact on rural communities.
PROTECTING CHILDREN FROM RADICALISATION