Safeguarding and Pupil Well-being
Your child’s safety and wellbeing is very important to us. They regularly receive guidance and support in school about how to keep themselves safe but we recognise that sometimes, as parents and carers, you may also wish to seek advice or support regarding an issue which is affecting your child. We are developing this section of the school website to signpost you to resources and information that you may find helpful on a range of issues that affect our young people. We are also developing a similar page on the school intranet for our students so that they can access support independently as well.
The team responsible for safeguarding
If you wish to make contact with one of our Safeguarding officers, please click on the appropriate profile picture below and fill in the form, to submit a request for them to contact you at their earliest convenience.
Miss H Pickavance
Assistant Head Teacher and Designated safeguarding Lead
Miss N Smith
Deputy Head Teacher and Deputy Child Protection Officer
Miss R Evans
Head Teacher and Child Protection Officer
If you need advice or support regarding any safeguarding concerns relating to your child, please ring the school office and a member of the safeguarding team will contact as soon as they are available.
What to do if you are concerned about a child:
If you are concerned that a child may be at risk of harm, you can report this in the following ways:
- Contact school
- Contact the local authority children’s safeguarding teams (see below for more details)
IF YOU ARE SERIOUSLY CONCERNED ABOUT A CHILD’S SAFETY OR WELL-BEING AND BELIEVE THEY MAY BE AT RISK OF IMMEDIATE DANGER, PLEASE DON’T HESITATE TO RING 999 TO REPORT YOUR CONCERNS DIRECTLY TO THE POLICE.
How to report a concern directly to the Local Authority Childrens’ Services Teams:
Bury: 0161 253 5678 / 0161 253 6606 (out of hours emergency duty team)
Salford: 0161 603 4500 / 0161 794 8888 (out of hours emergency duty team)
Manchester: 0161 234 5001
Keeping children safe in education
Statutory guidance for schools and colleges on safeguarding children and safer recruitment and be found under the following link: GOV.UK - Keeping children safe in education