Safeguarding

Safeguarding and Child Protection notice for all adult visitors to the school

In line with the schools protection policy and procedures, if you have any concerns about a child’s safety and protection, please notify the following members of staff immediately.

Mrs R Harrison
Head of School
Designated safeguarding lead (DSL)

If Mrs R Harrison is unavailable…
Mrs M Bull
Deputy Safeguarding Lead (DSL)

Safeguarding concerns should be raised by anyone who comes into contact with a child – either outside or inside school. For all adults, a written account will be required on a ‘Safeguarding Concern’ form, which is available from the main office.

Safeguarding Statement

All the governors and staff at Thrybergh Primary share the same objective to help keep all children safe by contributing to:

  • Providing a safe environment for them to learn
  • Identifying children who are suffering or likely to suffer significant harm and take appropriate action with the aim of making sure that they are kept safe both at home and in school.

 

To achieve this objective, we:

  • Aim to prevent unsuitable people from working with the children
  • Promote safe practices
  • Identify instances where there are concerns about a child’s welfare and take appropriate action to keep them safe
  • Contribute to effective partnership working between all those involved in providing services for our children.

The Multi Academy Trust Safeguarding Policy

If you are worried about a child

If the child is in immediate danger contact the police on

999 (in an emergency)

If the child is not in immediate danger then contact Rotherham Children’s Social Care Services to report your concerns.

Call the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) on 01709 336080

If the child is not in immediate danger but you believe a crime may have been committed then call the police on

101

Operation Encompass

Operation Encompass has been designed to provide early reporting on any domestic violence incidents that occur outside of school and might have an impact on a child in school.

School will be informed of these incidents of domestic violence that have happened overnight.

The designated member of the school staff will use the information that has been shared, in confidence, while ensuring that the school is able to make provision for possible difficulties experienced by children, or their families, who have been involved in or witnessed a domestic violence incident.

We are keen to offer the best support possible for our pupils and we believe this is going to be extremely beneficial for all those involved.