Nonsuch Primary School

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Wood Leasow, Woodgate Valley,
Birmingham B32 3SE

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If you have a child due to start school in September 2021, please go to our parent information page.

Safeguarding

 

At Nonsuch Primary School, we take the safety and wellbeing of the children in our school very seriously and we expect all staff, volunteers, governors and parents to do the same.

We have a Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy which is available on our Policies page.

Other policies which affect the wellbeing of children are: Attendance; Behaviour; Anti-Bullying; Computing Acceptable Usage, and our Parent and Carers Code of Conduct. We also have guidance on the administration of medicines in school.

We follow the Safer Recruitment Policy and the Department of Education guidance: ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ (see below).

We follow data protection and confidentiality policies.

We have a Health and Safety Policy for the practical protection of children and staff and regular safety walks conducted by the Site Manager, Governors and Leadership team.

All staff receive extensive Child Protection and Safeguarding training. Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) clearance is carried out for all adults working in school.

Safeguarding - People to Contact

If you have a concern that a child is being harmed, is at risk of harm, or you receive a disclosure either intentionally or unintentionally you must contact the following staff member as quickly as possible.

Designated Safeguarding Lead:

  • Mrs Roberts - Head Teacher 
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Deputy Designted Safeguarding Leads:

  • Mrs Joyce – SENDCO
  • Siobhan Sanders - Assistant Head Teacher 

 

Safeguarding Governor 

  • Lynn Weaver- Safeguarding Governor

 

Safeguarding During Covid-19

 

 

Please click on the  addendums to the Safeguarding Policy that are in place during the Covid-19 situation.

 

BDMAT COVID-19 safeguarding appendix MArch 2020 - Copy.docx

Birmingham COVID_19_Safeguarding_policy_addendum (1).doc

Updated Checklist during COVID19.docx

 

Prevent Strategy

We are fully committed to the Prevent Strategy as part of our safeguarding and child protection duties. All staff have received WRAP training. Key elements of the Prevent Strategy are reflected in our Safeguarding Policy and our commitment to building resilience against extremist views amongst children and young people.

 

Engaging with the Prevent Strategy

 

Other Documents

Nonsuch Safeguarding Policy 2020-2021

Working Together To Safeguard Children 2018

Sexualised behaviour and Young Children Policy (BCC)

Keeping_children_safe_in_education_Sep_2020.pdf