Mrs James (Executive Headteacher) is the designated Child Protection person. Sarah Proctor(Assistant Headteacher) is the deputy designated Child Protection person.
The law requires headteachers to report any obvious or suspected cases of child abuse. This includes non-accidental injury, physical neglect, emotional abuse and sexual abuse.
The school has a Child Protection policy familiar to all staff. The procedures outlined in the policy are all intended to protect children at risk.
We hope that parents will accept any actions carried out by the school are done so in the best interest of the child.
All actions are in the strictest confidence and will follow the procedures laid down in the 1989 Children's Act.
Parents should discuss any problems with the class teacher and/or headteacher in the first instance. Most problems can be sorted out this way. If parents are still dissatisfied an approach to the Chair of the Board of Governors can be made but if the matter cannot be resolved, formal arrangements for making complaints can be made. The school has a complaint procedure policy in place
Never hesitate to see the Headteacher if you have any concerns about your child’s progress and welfare. If the head teacher is available, no appointment is necessary. Alternatively an appointment can be made at a mutually convenient time.
Click the link below for our behaviour policy. A key part of our behaviour policy is the app called Class Dojo. Click here for Class Dojo https://www.classdojo.com/