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Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility. If in doubt,  raise your concerns with the Designated Safe Guarding Lead. If she is out of school then raise your concerns with the Deputy Safeguarding Lead. 


Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) - Mrs L Snaith

Contact details:  01889 343106


Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads - (DDSL) -  Miss M Haslegrave and Miss K Ernest

Contact details:  01889 343106


Safeguarding Governor - Dr K Bould

Contact details:  01889 343106


Reporting a Concern

We all have a duty to protect children and young people from harm. If you have any concerns about a child or young person it is always best to share them.


If you think a child is in immediate danger, contact the police on 999.


If a child is not in immediate danger but at risk of harm, contact Staffordshire Children's Advice and Support Service on:

Phone: 0300 111 8007 and select option 1

Open: Monday - Thursday 8:30am - 5:00pm and Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Emergency Duty Service: (Out of Hours Service)
Telephone: 0345 604 2886

Mobile: 07815 492613


What happen when you call First Response?

Social workers follow up every report where they believe a child may be at risk of harm. They will talk to other people who know the child and may be able to provide a clearer picture. This includes teachers, health visitors and members of the child's family.

After this several things could happen:

  • No further action will be taken
  • Help and support will be offered to the family
  • An investigation will take place


Additional Place for Advice when worried about a child


The NSPCC is a registered charity fighting to end child abuse in the UK. On their website you can find advice on how you can keep children safe, where to go for help, and the latest news stories relating to child safety.

If you're worried about a child or young person, you can contact the NSPCC helpline for support and advice for free - Call NSPCC on 0808 800 5000 or contact them online.

Children can contact Childline any time to get support themselves.

Get support click here


Keeping children safe online 

Children use the internet in many ways, it is a place for them to play, learn, create and connect. But with the digital world changing all the time, how can you make sure your child’s staying safe? Take a look at our online safety page or the links below for further information regarding online safety that will help you to ensure children stay safe in the digital world:


Staffordshire online safety safeguarding resource hub

NSPCC online safeguarding parent advice

Bullying UK - cyber bullying information and advice