Safeguarding means making sure we keep every child safe and support their wellbeing. It includes everything from the physical environment (safe buildings), first aid (if a child is hurt), making sure they are happy (preventing bullying and supporting them to make strong friendships), and helping them to be emotionally strong (making right choices, knowing how to protect themselves).
We take our commitment to safeguarding and protecting our children as our highest priority.
Below is a copy of our Safeguarding Policy, this explains what we look out for and how we keep your child safe. Other policies like our First Aid Policy and Behaviour Policy also support us with your child. These policies can be accessed here.
As we live within a city there are some dangers you should also be aware of, below are links to more information, if you are interested.
Remember we are here to work with you, we both want the best for your child. If you have any concerns, you can talk to us confidentially, and we will do our best to offer advice or give you details of others who may be able to help you. Just phone, email or come in to make an appointment with Ms Gita, Ms Hunte or Ms Gohil, and we will do our best to help you.