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Safeguarding

At Church Broughton Primary School we take our Safeguarding responsibilities very seriously. This means that we ensure that everyone working in our school has successfully completed the necessary clearances to enable them to work with children. Mrs Millar has completed NSPCC accredited Safer Recruitment Training.

We have staff members who are specifically trained and nominated as having overall responsibility for safeguarding in school. Mrs Millar is the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) and Mrs Perrett is the Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead. Rev. Bishop is our governor responsible for safeguarding in school.

All staff are kept up to date with current guidance and legislation. This includes awareness of extremism and radicalisation issues. Staff undertake training in Safeguarding at least every three years. This is provided by the local authority and covers signs of abuse and what to do if you are concerned about a child.

The children are regularly taught about ways in which they can stay safe. This is through PSHCE lessons, collective worship, circle time, our work on British values and by inviting visitors, such as the NSPCC, into school. Children know what to do if they have concerns regarding themselves or another child.

We are all expected to share any concerns we have about staff conduct around children with the Headteacher. As in all schools, if there are concerns about the conduct of the Headteacher, then these should be shared with the Chair of Governors.

We follow safeguarding procedures of the Department for Education and on a local level, of the Derby and Derbyshire Safeguarding Children Board. We also follow Local Authority policy where appropriate.  We have robust systems in place to share concerns regarding children’s welfare with our DSL, with parents and with relevant external agencies. We may also need to consult specifically with and take advice from, the Police or Children’s Social Care. By working closely together as a staff and with our partner agencies, we firmly believe that we will continue to provide a safe learning environment for all our children.

The school’s ethos is one of success, where good teaching and good behaviour flourish

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