We all matter, We all count.
We take our commitment that 'every child matters' sincerely.
In all that we do, we aim to ensure that the children and staff of the school community are safe and welcomed in school, lead healthy lives, enjoy and achieve in their lives, make positive contribution, and achieve economic well being.
Our staff and Governors have had training, discussions and debate about how we can make these aims ever more achievable in our school.
We take safety and Safeguarding of our staff and children very seriously. Our Child Protection and Health and Safety procedures are secure; and all adults working with children, and Governors , are cleared as suitable for their roles by the Criminal Record Bureau.
Because of day-to-day contact with children, schools are particularly well placed to observe outward signs of abuse, changes in behaviour or failure to develop. Parents should be aware, therefore, that where it appears that a child may have been or is being abused, the school is required as part of the local Child Protection Procedures to report their concerns to the Social Services Department, immediately.