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Safeguarding and Wellbeing Team

  • Becki Greenacre: Family worker & DSL
  • Laura Scott: Nurture Lead, Deputy Safeguarding Officer
  • Jane Vale: Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator (SENCO), Safeguarding Lead

 Our role is to work closely with our children and families to provide support, advice and information.  We can help you with any worries that you may have in relation to your child's education, behaviour and wellbeing.  We are also here as someone to talk to if you need it.

Support for our families and pupils include:

  • Suggestions and advice on behaviour management, parenting, school attendance, e-safety, healthy eating and lots more
  • Working with families who are going through difficult times including domestic abuse, bereavement, mental well-being and financial hardship
  • Providing information and signposting to external agencies
  • Early Help support
  • Providing one-to-one support for children and referrals to outside agencies to support with anger management, promoting self-esteem and confidence, family issues and bereavement
  • Assistance in completing paperwork and forms e.g. housing, benefits, free school meals, applying for a school place
  • Promoting good attendance and punctuality
  • Home visits
  • Transition into High School
  • Providing shoes/coat vouchers
  • Food Bank
  • Courses run by Adult Learning

We are available every morning from 8.30am or you can also make an appointment, we will be happy to see you.

We believe that:

  • All children/young people have equal right to be protected from harm
  • Children/young people need to be safe and to feel safe in school
  • Children/young people need support which matches their individual needs, including those who may have experienced abuse
  • All children/young people have the right to speak freely and voice their values and beliefs
  • All children/young people must be encouraged to respect each other’s values and support each other
  • All children/young people have the right go be supported to meet their emotional, and social needs as well their educational needs – a happy, healthy, social child/young person will achieve better educationally
  • Schools can and do contribute to the prevention of abuse, victimisation, bullying, exploitation, extreme behaviours, discriminatory views and risk-taking behaviours
  • All staff and visitors have an important role to play in safeguarding children and protecting them from abuse

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