If your child displays symptoms and has a positive LFT or PCR test result please report this to the school on admin@wellshallprimary.co.uk

Safeguarding

 

At Wells Hall Primary School, the pupils are at the heart of everything we do, and their safety is paramount. All members of staff and governors are committed to keeping the pupils safe and it is our aim that all pupils are well cared for so that they can thrive. Safeguarding is more than protecting children from deliberate harm but it also includes keeping safe online, protection against racist abuse and children missing education.


Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families and carers has a role to play in keeping them safe. To fulfil this responsibility effectively, all professionals must ensure their approach is child-centred. This means that they must always consider what is in the best interests of the child.


We also have a well-developed pastoral support programme, that includes offers of Early Help for families who may be struggling against debt, poverty, domestic abuse and other factors of vulnerability.


If you have a concern about a child please contact us and let us know about your concern, or use other forms of contact to other agencies if there is a more immediate concern.


Our safeguarding team consists of:


Mrs K Ashford - Deputy Headteacher & Designated Safeguarding Lead

Miss R Towns - Headteacher Alternate Safeguarding Lead, Online Safety Lead, CSE & PREVENT Lead


Miss K Johnson- Family Liaison Worker/ADSL

Mr KLawler - ADSL

Miss J Roberds - ADSL

Mrs R Towns Designated Teacher for Children in Care

Ms H Crane -  Safeguarding Governor


Darren Woodward Director of Primary Education (Unity Schools Partnership)
Toni Kittle Director of Primary Education (Unity Schools Partnership)

Acceptable Use of ICT 

Behaviour and Anti-Bullying Policy

Child Protection Procedures

Keeping Children Safe in Education 2021

Safeguarding Policy

Staff Code of Conduct