Brinsworth Whitehill Primary recognises the important responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The safeguarding policy applies to the whole of the schools workforce, along with volunteers and Governors. In particular staff recruitment and selection – ensuring that all staff (volunteers etc.) has been appropriately checked for their suitability using the safe recruitment procedures. In addition:
- Raising awareness of safeguarding issues and preparing children with the skills needed to keep them safe.
- Developing and implementing procedures for identifying and reporting cases, or suspected cases, of abuse/neglect.
- Establishing a nurtured and safe environment free from discrimination or bullying, where children can learn and develop happily.
We take safeguarding pupils extremely serious at Brinsworth Whitehill as all schools do. Staff are encouraged to have an open dialogue with parents and carers to ensure that we all keep your children safe from harm.
Our Child Protection policy can be found here.
Our designated lead in school for safeguarding is C.Oxborough (Head of school).
The deputy is L.Knight (Assistant Headteacher).
S.Bulivant (KS1 Lead) is also a safeguarding officer.
All safeguarding officers can be contacted on 01709 828242.
Useful information and links:
|Rotherham Safeguarding Board||Home page or 01709 336080 ( MASH Team)|
|Sheffield Safeguarding Board||Home page or 0114 273 4855|
|Keeping Children Safe in Education.
A document which provides information on safeguarding in schools.
|Keeping Children Safe in Education|
|South Yorkshire police||0114 296 4357 or 999 (only for emergencies)|
|NSPCC||Home page or 0808 800 5000|
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command
|Report a problem or Home page|
|Child Line||Home page or 0800 1111|
|The Prevent duty is part of our wider safeguarding duties to protect children from harm. In particular, the Prevent duty requires our school to assess the risk of our pupils being drawn into radicalization and extremism, and it requires our school staff to be able to identify and respond to children who are vulnerable to radicalisation.||Prevent Duty DfE
A website for resources for parents.