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SAFEGUARDING AT OLD BASFORD SCHOOL

 

Parent Information from Mrs Duffin, Safeguarding Lead and Deputy Head Teacher

 

Old Basford School has a duty of care to all pupils.  As staff, we collectively work hard to protect children from harm and to safeguard their wellbeing. Everyone at Old Basford School is jointly responsible for safeguarding but we do have a dedicated team of trained Safeguarding  Leads:

Mrs Duffin, Mrs Spilsbury, Mrs Priddle, Miss Toone and Mrs Thomas.

Any adult, parent/carer or child can report a concern to the safeguarding team who will take the issue seriously, fully investigate and then offer support where needed.

 

The role of safeguarding in school is to education children about keeping themselves safe, happy and well.  Our curriculum supports this through weekly Jigsaw sessions as well as one off enrichment days, assemblies and visitors. 

 

As well as supporting the children in school, we do also offer support and guidance to parents who need help in the home or with specific concerns, this might involve making a Multi Agency Referral to Children and Families Direct who can then signpost the most relevant external support. 

 

If you have any questions regarding safeguarding, our role as a team in the school or would like to know more about a specific issue please do not hesitate to get in  touch.

 

Your can download a copy of Old Basford School's Safeguarding Children Policy below

Below are some link to external websites that you might find helpful for yourself, your family or someone you know.
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Karma Nirvana

Keeping safe on trains and trams

Keeping safe in the community assmebly slides

Online Safety Assembly

Wellbeing Assembly

Someone safe to talk to Assembly

NSPCC Pant Rule Video

 

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NSPCC 'Say Something' advert

 

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Online Safety Video - Have you seen something scary online?
Online Safety Guides for Parents and Carers
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