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Safeguarding and Behaviour



We take the safety of our children extremely seriously. All our staff listen carefully to our children, take care to ensure that they have the opportunity to express their emotions and work with them to ensure that they can be happy in school.


Miss Innes (Deputy Head) is our designated safeguarding lead and Mr McGregor (Welfare Officer) is our deputy designated safeguarding lead.


Our dedicated pastoral team provide specialist support in a variety of ways depending on children's  and parent's needs. (See our offer of Early Help)    


  • Miss Powell - SENCO
  • Miss Jolliffe - SENCO
  • Mrs Gray, Mr Stephenson - Learning Mentors
  • Mrs Jones - Parental Engagement Co-ordinator
  • Miss Kalejova - Attendance and community liaison 
  • Mr Patel - Attendance and community liaison
  • Ms Field - Supervision chair
  • Mrs Womersley - Safeguarding Governor



Offer of Early Help



We encourage our children to behave according to our FREE values. 



Children are encouraged to be citizens of our school, Great Britain and the World. In the classroom behaviour for learning concentrates on children knowing how to move their learning on. Children are taught explicitly about the values and how to implement them through our FREE scheme of work, assemblies and through FREE council led activities in the FREE room. Implicit learning of the values is encouraged through adults role modelling behaviours and the use of FREE champions, children who always exemplify the values, showing others how to behave.


More information can be found in our latest Behaviour & Anti Bullying policy below.


Anti Bullying

Our children understand that Bullying is a serious issue. During Anti Bullying week we looked at how other people's behaviour affects us.


We now know how best to describe other people's behaviour:


Rude - If someone says something that upsets you but that person didn't know it would.


Mean - Someone says something to you and they mean to upset you.


Bullying - You have told someone that what they are saying us upsetting you, but they still do it all the time.


There are posters around school to remind us.


We also know what to do about it:

Tell the other person to stop and then tell an adult - all the adults in school will listen.