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Safeguarding

Repton Primary School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all its pupils. All staff follow the guidance set out in document 'Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018' (in the 'policies'section below).

 

This role includes ensuring our children are safe from abuse and neglect

(physical, emotional and sexual) and are free from incidences of bullying.

 

We are committed to giving our children the skills to keep safe at home and school and often invite in visitors to support this. We want our children to have the skills to challenge gender stereotypes and to recognise that domestic violence is never acceptable.

 

The teaching of e-safety skills is an essential element of our curriculum and we give children the skills to keep safe on line and to be able to deal with any incidences of cyber bullying.

 

As a school we recognise that safeguarding against radicalisation is no different from safeguarding against any other vulnerability.

 

At Repton Primary School all staff are expected to uphold and promote our Core British Values.

 

If you have any concerns about the safety of your child or any other young person, please contact the following:

 

DESIGNATED SAFEGUARDING LEAD: Mr S Tague

DEPUTY SAFEGUARDING LEAD: Mrs K Riley

SAFEGUARDING GOVERNOR: Mrs K Perks

Useful websites

Safeguarding As you are aware, safeguarding is given the highest priority at Repton Primary School.

 

If you have any concerns about your child or someone you know being a victim of cyber bullying, the following organisations can offer support:

 

• The Anti-Bullying Alliance

• CEOP

• Childline

• Childnet

• Internetmatters

• Kidscape

• Get connected

• NSPCC

• The Parent Zone

• Thinkuknow

• Young Minds

• UK Safer Internet Centre

 

There may also be times when adults are concerned about children in the community.

If so, then you can contact:

DCC's Child Protection department on 01629 533190 or The NSPCC on 0808 800 5000.

Please don't ignore concerns; child protection is everyone's responsibility.

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