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Safeguarding

Schools are charged with maintaining a safe, supportive environment which protects the rights and needs of children at all times. School staff have regular contact with children and young people, and a responsibility to help to identify signs of children in need of additional support or protection accordingly.

Together, these responsibilities are called safeguarding.

At Clee Hill Community Academy, the safety and welfare of our children is at the heart of everything we do. We recognise our safeguarding responsibilities to include:

  • creating a safe environment for children and young people through robust safeguarding practices;
  • ensuring that adults who work in school, including volunteers, are able to work with children safely, and are properly trained and equipped to do so;
  • teaching children and young people to stay safe; and

maintaining an environment in which children feel confident to approach any member of staff if they have a worry or problem.

As part of our safeguarding procedure, Clee Hill Community Academy follows the procedures set out by the Shropshire Safeguarding Children Board.

http://www.safeguardingshropshireschildren.org.uk/

 New safeguarding arrangements are required by the Children and Social Work Act 2017 and Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018 and these arrangements set out how agencies should work together to safeguard children and promote their welfare.


Designated Safeguarding Lead

Ceri Little, Headteacher | Contact: ceri.little@chcacademy.co.uk


Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads

Sian Pugh | Contact: sian.pugh@chcacademy.co.uk

Gill Hyde | Contact: gill.hyde@chcacademy.co.uk

Letter to Parents

Child-Friendly Safeguarding Booklet

Parent PANTS Guide https://www.nspcc.org.uk/globalassets/documents/advice-and-info/underwear-rule-children-guide-english.pdf

Young Person's Guide to Working Together to Safeguard Children