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We listen to our pupils and take seriously what they tell us. All school staff are trained in Child Protection, and children are made aware of the adults they can talk to if they have any concerns. On rare occasions our concern about a child may mean that we have to consult other agencies.
Should you have any concerns about a pupil, or a pupil makes a disclosure to you, please speak to Mrs.
Should she not be in school, please speak to Mr Green or Mrs Bellingham. Thank you for your support with safeguarding our children. Safeguarding arrangements at Longmoor Primary School are underpinned by three key principles: Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility: That Longmoor Primary School operates a child-centred approach: That all Staff, Governors and Volunteers have a clear understanding regarding abuse and neglect in all forms; including how to identify, respond and report.
This also includes knowledge in the process for allegations against professionals.
Staff, Governors and Volunteers should feel confident that they can report all matters of safeguarding children in the School where the information will be dealt with swiftly and securely, following the correct procedures with the safety and wellbeing of the children in mind at all times.
The types of abuse that are covered by the policy; The signs of abuse that Staff and Volunteers should look out for; Roles and responsibilities for Safeguarding; Expectations of Staff and Volunteers with regard to Safeguarding, and the procedures and processes that should be followed, including the support provided to children; How the School will ensure that all Staff and Volunteers are appropriately trained, and checked for their suitability to work within the School; How the policy will be managed and have its delivery overseen.
Safeguarding As you are aware, safeguarding is given the highest priority at Longmoor. If you are concerned, then you can contact: Please don't ignore concerns; child protection is everyone's responsibility.Detailed guidance for employers no.
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This is done in the context of the underpinning principles 1 within the Vision for Adult Social Care, the priorities of the refreshed national strategy for carers: Recognised Valued and Supported3 and the Coalition Government statement of policy on adult safeguarding4.
out equipment, please see the WorkSafeBC booklet Lockout. Safeguarding devices include a number of alternatives to barrier guards, such as interlocked movable barrier guards, two-hand controls, and electronic presence-sensing devices such as light curtains and pressure-sensitive mats.
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Safeguarding Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults. We also have a Safeguarding Advice Booklet for students , which provides some tips on keeping you safe online.
To help you do well in your studies and to keep you safe, the college has a Attendance Procedure outlining how attendance is monitored and our expectations of students.