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Safeguarding and Child Protection

All staff, visitors and volunteers have a responsibility to take prompt action if they are concerned about the safety or welfare of any child. Concerns of a non-urgent or low level nature must still be reported without delay as they may be part of a bigger picture of concern. Any concern about, or raised by, a child must be taken seriously.


If a visitor or volunteer has any concerns about the safety or welfare of a child they should report it to one of the school’s Designated Safeguarding Officers:


Designated Safeguarding Lead - Miss Natalie Carson – Deputy Headteacher

Deputy Safeguarding Support – Mr Chris Davidson – Headteacher


For further information please see our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy:


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