Safeguarding

Our Safeguarding Team

At Inmans Primary there is a specialised team to ensure that all pupils are safe and feel safe. The team will meet at least monthly to discuss vulnerable pupils, audit CPOMS records, evaluate current practice and policy. This team consists of the following members:

Mrs Fellows

Designated Safeguarding Lead & Child Protection Coordinator

Mrs Faulkner

Deputy Child Protection Coordinator

Mrs Lilley

Emotional Literacy Support Assistant

Mrs Wigglesworth

Family Liaison Officer

Mr Hanson

Safeguarding Governor

Mrs Everitt

Deputy Safeguarding Governor

The team will seek advice and follow the school safeguarding policy and other linked policies (such as whistle blowing) as appropriate. The DSL will ensure that each member of the team attends training which is necessary for them to fulfil their role.

At Inmans Primary School we believe Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families and carers has a role to play in safeguarding children. We want to work in partnership with you, and discuss with you, any concerns we may have or that you may have. Since the first priority is your child’s welfare, there may be rare occasions when our concern about your child means that we have to consult other agencies even before we contact you.

The East Riding Safeguarding Children Board has laid down the procedures we follow, and the school has adopted a Child Protection Policy in line with this for the safety of all. If you want to know more about our procedures or the policy, please speak to any of the Safeguarding Team, Mrs Faulkner, Mrs Fellows, Mrs Lilley & Mrs Wigglesworth, Mr Hanson & Mrs Everitt

To view the Roles & Responsibilities of the Safeguarding Team click HERE

To view our Safeguarding Policy click HERE

To view our E-Safety Policy click HERE

To view our Whistle Blowing Policy click HERE

To view our Child Protection & Safeguarding Contact List click HERE

If you’re concerned about a child more advice can be found on the following websites: NSPCC and Thinkuknow

 

 

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