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Safeguarding is the responsibility of us all. We aim to support you in your role as parents/carers by providing you with information and contacts for areas of concern. Please know that we are here not just for the children in our school but for their families also. If you are worried or feel that you might need help please do speak with your child's class teacher or a member of the Designated Safeguarding Team.

Designated Safeguarding Team

Designated Safeguarding Lead -Mrs M Geen (Year 3/4 Phase Leader)

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads:

Mrs D McNeill (Headteacher)

Mr W James (Executive Principal)

Mrs G  Curry (SENCO)

Mrs J van Zyl (Year 5/6 Phase Leader)

Please contact directly or through the school office.

Working Together to Safeguard Children


What to do if you are concerned about the welfare of a child.

A child is in immediate danger. What should I do?

If a child is in immediate danger, do not hesitate to call 999 and report your concern to the police.

Are you concerned about the safety or welfare of a child?

You don’t need to know everything about the child before contacting Children’s Services. If you are concerned about the welfare of a child, it is important that you talk to someone about this.

Contact Children’s Services on 0300 555 1384

Are you concerned about someone working with children?

If you are concerned about the conduct of a member of staff, either in a paid or voluntary capacity, contact the Local Area Designated Officer (LADO).

Contact the LADO on 01962 876 364

Do you work in the community?

If your job involves entering and working in people’s homes and something concerns you about a child, contact Children’s Services.

Contact Children’s Services on 0300 555 1384 (out of hours – 0300 555 1373)

Early Help

Please watch the video on the right to find out more about Early Help.  

Early Help is a multi-agency response to help identify and support children and families in need, helping them to access the right support services at the right time.

Referral are made typically when concerns are raised by parents about a child’s behaviour or development, for example: sleep routines, getting your child to school, or risk taking (typically in teenagers).


Parents have concerns which they have been trying to cope with for a while or feel worried about, for example: health and well-being, school, friends, angry behaviours. It may be that you find it difficult to set boundaries that your child sticks to.

Early Help services in Hampshire

The Family Support Service (FSS) coordinates the early help offering for Hampshire families with children and young people in need

The FSS supports and coordinates Hampshire service providers to ensure families can find the right help at the right time.

If you would like support then please speak to your child's class teacher.  They will be happy to discuss and support you in this matter.

Working together can bring about help and support.



Domestic Violence

National Domestic Violence Helpline

The Freephone 24 Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline, run in partnership between Women’s Aid and Refuge, is a national service for women experiencing domestic violence, their family, friends, colleagues and others calling on their behalf.

0808 2000 247


The Men’s Advice Line

Men’s Advice Line: confidential helpline for men experiencing domestic violence from a partner or ex-partner (or from other family members).

0808 801 0327

respect Phoneline

A confidential and anonymous helpline for anyone concerned about their violence and/or abuse towards a partner or ex-partner

0808 802 4040


Disrespect Nobody

A site for young people providing information about domestic abuse in teenage relationships.


Rape Crisis

How to get help if you’ve experienced rape, child sexual abuse and/or any other kind of sexual violence and details of your nearest Rape Crisis services; information for friends, partners, family and other people supporting a sexual violence survivor; information about sexual violence for survivors, students, journalists and others.

0808 802 9999


The Hideout

Women’s Aid have created this space to help children and young people understand domestic abuse, and how to take positive action if it’s happening to you.


Staying Safe Online

Hampshire County Council Guidance



Internet Matters

What issues could be affecting your children? Get to grips with what they may come across on the internet and how to get help if you need it. Find out what to do if you’re worried about anything you or your child has seen online.



Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place online. Unlike bullying in the real world, online bullying can follow the child wherever they go, via social networks, gaming and mobile phone.



The latest information on the sites children and young people like to visit, mobiles and new technology. Find out what’s good, what’s not and what you can do about it.



ThinkUknow has launched #Liveskills; a package of resources focusing on live streaming.  Live streaming is increasingly becoming one of the most popular online activities for children and young people. Apps such as Musical.ly, Live.me, Periscope and YouNow are all soaring in popularity, which has seen other well established apps such as Facebook adding live streaming functions.#LiveSkills explores the nuanced features of live streaming  and the specific risks children and young people can face.



A non-profit organisation working with others to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.



Has someone acted inappropriately towards your child online? It may be sexual chat, being asked to do something that made them feel uncomfortable or someone being insistent on meeting up. You can report it to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP).


Further Information and Support

Further information and support can also be found at the link below.


Message from the Road Safety Team - July 2023

The majority of Year 7 students travel to school independently. For many, this might be their first independent journey, therefore we want to highlight the importance of the making responsible choices when travelling to and from school.

The attached newsletter is for Year 5 & 6 parents. It shares how parents can assist their children’s next steps, whether that be giving their children the opportunity to begin to practice those independent journeys in Year 6, perhaps a short way from school or making that new journey to their secondary school at the start of Year 7.

See HERE for the Road Safety Team Newsletter.

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