Our prime responsibility as a school is to ensure that all children in it are safe. Safeguarding can be defined as ‘The process of protecting children from abuse or neglect, preventing impairment of their health and development, and ensuring that they are growing up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care that enables children to have optimum life chances and enter adulthood successfully'. School obviously plays a very important role here.
Deanshanger Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children in our care. Our procedures and policies supporting this include –
Safeguarding, Behaviour, E-Safety, Allegation, Data Protection and Children with Medical Conditions.
Copies of these policies can be obtained from the school office and are downloadable from the policy page of the website. Safeguarding posters are also displayed prominently around the school.
If you have concerns about the safety or well-being of any child, you can contact the members of staff with designated responsibility
Mrs Rachel Rice – Head teacher
|Mrs Sarah Webb – Deputy Head teacher / Year 6 teacher|
|Mrs Julie Hammond – SENCo|
|Mrs Lynn Mildren - Learning Mentor|
|Mrs Emilie Stevenson - Wrap Club Manager|
- Click this link to see our team: Safeguarding Poster
- Click this link to see our Child-Friendly Safeguarding Poster
- Click this link to see our Safeguarding information leaflet
- Find out more about the Prevent strategy at Deanshanger here.
Alternatively, you can contact Northants County Council Call – 0300 126 1000 (extended opening hours) and/or visit the Northamptonshire County Council's Safeguarding Children's website
We are committed to ensuring that all children in the school are aware of how to keep themselves safe online and that our curriculum ensures this and teaches the skills required. Our E-Safety Policy outlines full details of our role in keeping children safe online.
You can download a copy of the NCC e-safety awareness booklet for parents and carers here.
The NSPCC have a programme - Share Aware to support parents in keeping their children safe when using social networking sites. Click the link below to find out more information:
Here are some useful links for you to share with your children at home.
https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/hectorsworld/ for pupils in Key Stage 1
http://youtu.be/_o8auwnJtqE for pupils in Key Stage 2
https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ for parents.