Safeguarding

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Safeguarding at Brown's C of E Primary School

 

Safeguarding at Brown's C of E Primary School is given top priority. All adults in our school have a responsibility for Safeguarding Children.

 

The Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Sally Howley (Headteacher) Part of this role is to keep up to date with Serious Case Reviews Nationally to inform practice and cascade training to staff when necessary. The Designated Safeguarding Deputy is Miss Amy Targosz. Both of these members of staff have completed Level 3 Safeguarding Training. They complete further training at least every 2 years. Designated Safeguarding Lead Posters are displayed around school.

 

We have a strong commitment to promoting online-safety and safeguarding children from potentially harmful and inappropriate online material. 

The named governors for safeguarding is: Mrs Saffron Murphy-Mann

Our named governor for online-safety is: Mrs Sally Howley

 

All staff (teachers, teaching assistants, midday assistants, admin staff and premises staff) have completed Basic Awareness of Safeguarding Training, led by the LSCB. All staff are required to complete this training as part of their induction to school.

 

All staff recruitment panels include at least one person who has completed appropriate 'Safer Recruitment in Education' training.

 

All staff in school are required to wear a Brown's C of E Primary School Identification Badge. Visitors must sign in at the school office, where they will be expected to wear a Visitor lanyard and will be required to read a copy of the visitor code of conduct.

All staff, governors, students and volunteers undertake a DBS check and DBS details are kept in a Single Central Record.The Single Central Record is checked regularly by LAAT Central Team and Governing Body members.

 

The LSCB is the key statutory mechanism for agreeing how the relevant children’s organisations in Lincolnshire co-operate to safeguard and promote the well-being of children and young people and for ensuring the effectiveness of what they do. 

Visitors Policy

The NSPCC Underwear Rule

NSPCC Pants with Pantosaurus

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