The Designated Safeguarding Leader at this school is the Deputy Principal, Mr M Warwick. The Principal (Mrs S Dunne) and Assistant Principal (Mrs D Bullen) are also fully trained Deputy Safeguarding Leaders. Please report any concerns directly to one of these members of staff.
All staff who deal with children have a very clear duty to report any concern they may have about any child’s well-being. There are well-established national procedures for dealing with such a situation. All staff, governors and visiting instructors have been cleared by the Disclosure and Barring Service as having no record which would prevent them from working with children. If a child is subject to a court order, then parents or carers must make that known to the Principal.
To contact the school about a safeguarding or child protection concern, please use the email address email@example.com
Should you be unable to report concerns to the DSL team at school, you can contact West Sussex Safeguarding Children Partnership at MASH@westsussex.gov.uk. Full details of how you can report a concern can be found here.
Our full Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy can be found here.
West Sussex Safeguarding Children Partnership
There is a wealth of knowledge on the West Sussex Safeguarding parents and carers page, which can be found by clicking on the logo above.
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Anyone can quickly and anonymously report online material promoting terrorism or extremism through the web page found by clicking on the logo above. Alternatively, you can report crime and incidents online at www.sussex.police.uk/reportonline
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Safe in Sussex
Safe in Sussex is a free, twelve week rolling programme open to any woman who wants to learn more about the reality of domestic abuse. Please click on the logo above to see more.
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