Safeguarding and Prevent Duty
We are committed to keeping every child safe and for this reason, we ensure that any adult working in school undertake rigorous criminal checks. We insist that any visitor to school who will be working in areas where children have access has clearance and photographic evidence of who they are. We pride ourselves in giving children “A Voice” and for this reason we investigate any allegation a child makes. All staff have had Child Protection training.
Please click this link to view our Safeguarding Policy
Please click this link to view our Anti-Bullying Policy
Please click this link to view our E-safety Policy
Please click this link to visit the Education Against Hate website
Please click this link to visit the Education Against Hate Twitter
Please click this link to visit the ThinkUKnow website
Please click this link to visit the CEOP website
Please click this link to visit the UK Safer Internet Centre website
Resources and Information
Support For Parents - Childline guidance
Support For Teachers/Schools - PSHE association guidance
How to speak to children about terrorist attacks and terrorism
Anti-Terrorist Hotline - Report suspicious behaviour or activity
0800 789 321
Run, Hide, Tell: What to do in the rare event of weapons attack
Action Counters Terrorism (ACT):
In an Emergency always dial 999
Please click this link to visit the Childline website
Please click this link to view the Keeping Children Safe in Education website
Please click this link to view the Working Together for Safeguarding Children website
Please click this link to visit Childline's information on "Worry's about the world"
Here at Corngreaves, we take safeguarding very seriously. It is everybody's responsibility. If you have a concern around the safety of a child please contact Miss S Green (Designated Safeguarding Lead) or Mrs D Green (Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead). When the school is closed, please contact the MASH team on 01215693100.