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Lordship Lane Primary School

A Love of Learning and the Perseverance to Succeed

Safeguarding

At Lordship Lane Primary School, Safeguarding our children is our number 1 priority.  The named Designated Safeguarding Lead for the School is Meg Turner (DHT).  The Deputy Lead is Natalie Wilding (AHT&SENDCO).  We also have a Child Protection Officer - Roxanne Horton.  Also part of the Safeguarding team is the Pastoral Care Manager - Rhiannon Hood and Headteacher Michelle Randles.

Safeguarding Children

At Lordship Lane we have a strong commitment to safeguarding our children, ensuring their health, safety and well- being in all areas of our practice.  We aim to ensure:

  •  All our staff have a clear understanding of and commitment to their responsibilities towards children’s safeguarding
  • The school has clear procedures in place to ensure safeguarding in all aspects of school life
  • The school audits its safeguarding practices on an annual basis to ensure we meet all statutory requirements and remain vigilant around all aspects of safeguarding.

 

Policies available in School – Please ask at Reception if you would like to see any of the following policies

•      Keeping children safe in education: statutory guidance for schools and colleges (2019)               https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/keeping-children-safe-in-education--2

•      Working Together to Safeguard Children  statutory guidance (Updated Feb 2019)

•      London Child Protection Procedures, 5th Edn (updated September 2019)

•      Information Sharing (2018)

•      What to do if you’re worried a child is being abused (2015)

•      Children Act 1989

•      Children Act 2004

•      Education Act 2002

•      Children and Families Act 2014

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Keeping under fives safe online (ChildNet)

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