The school fully recognises the contribution it can make to protect children and support pupils in school. The aim of the policy is to safeguard and promote our pupil's welfare, safety and health by fostering an honest, open, caring and and supportive climate. Our pupil's welfare is of paramount importance.
Need help? Need someone to talk to? Meet our Safeguarding Team
All the children know they can talk to any 'trusted adult' in school and also know that Mrs Westaby and Mrs Ryder Smith are the 'Safeguarding Team'. If you have any worries or concerns about a child then please contact us to talk.
NSPCC - Speak Out Stay Safe
We are very proud that we have completed the NSPCC 'Speak Out, Stay Safe' lessons and assemblies at Viscount Beaumont's. All the children know that we are here to keep them safe and they can talk to any one at school as a 'Trusted adult'. Around school, you will spot bright yellow boxes that children know they can share their worries in for their teachers to read.
Keeping Children Safe Online
We are proud supporters of 'Safer Internet Day' which helps teach children to keep safe online.
Are you a child? Would you like support from the NSPCC or Childline?
After learning about NSPCC and Childline at school, children can access help and support at home. You can ring 0800 1111 or follow this link...
Are you a parent or carer that would like support from NSPCC or Childline? Help to know how to talk to your child or to watch the 'at home assembly'?
Follow this link...
Are you an adult who has a concern about a child or another adult? Here are useful links to refer a child or adult. If it is an emergency, you should call the Police on 999.
On our policies page, you'll find other policies that show the procedures we follow to keep children safe and Viscount Beaumont's CE Primary School.