This section of the website is designed to share all of the things that we do at school to ensure the safety of our children.
The entire school community – governors, staff, children and parents – have a role to play, and you will find plenty of information and links to child safety sites here. If you have any suggestions or ideas for things we should include in this section of the website, please let us know. Your feedback is really welcome.
Who can I talk to?
You can talk to your class teacher or teaching assistant if you feel worried or unsafe. If you feel that you can’t talk to them, then you can speak to Mr Roddy, Mrs Edwards , or any other teacher you feel safe with. Everyone at school wants you to feel happy and safe.
There is a free* telephone advice service called Childline where you can talk to someone in confidence about your worries. The number is 0800 1111.
*the service is free on landlines and on the following mobile networks: 3, BT mobile, Fresh, O2, Orange, T-mobile, Virgin, Vodafone.
If you have any concerns about your child’s welfare, please make an appointment with the class teacher in the first instance. Remember, they will take any issue or concern you have seriously, and are committed to helping your child feel safe at school. Most issues are resolved satisfactorily at this stage.
If you or the teacher feels that the issue cannot be resolved at this level, a meeting can be arranged with the headteacher to take this issue further.