Governmental update on Safeguarding during coronavirus outbreak
For more information, please visit the dedicated .Gov.uk webpage as below:
At KSA Primary we pride ourselves on being one big happy family. That means we are always available to talk; creating an atmosphere of openness and honesty.
All of the adults working at School are suitably trained and up to date with the latest legal requirements. Our Principal is our Designated Safeguarding Lead, assisted and deputised for by our Assistant Principal. You can raise any matters with them and they will be dealt with straight away. Please book confidential meetings with them via Reception.
Likewise, if something has or is occurring outside of School that you think it would be useful for us to know about in order to support your child or children, please do let us know. All matters are dealt with confidentially.
Click on the link below to access our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy.
Up-to-date versions of Keeping Children Safe in Education, Prevent Guidance, and Guidance for Safer Working Practice for Those Working with Children and Young People in an Education Setting can also be found on our Policies page:
Let’s talk about PANTS
The NSPCC’s ‘Pantosaurus’ campaign is a great way to talk to your children about ‘The Underwear Rule’ to help keep them safe. We use it in School so you will probably hear the children singing the song at home! Visit the dedicated NSPCC pages for more information by clicking the button below:
Leeds Safeguarding Children Partnership
Leeds Safeguarding Children Partnership is a joint effort between the local authority, health practitioners from the NHS and the West Yorkshire Police. It’s a great place to keep up to date with news as well as to go to for advice. The buttons below take you to the relevant pages:
Other useful resources
Tel: 0800 1111
Visit their website at www.childline.org.uk
Tel: 0808 800 5000
Visit their website at www.nspcc.org.uk
Visit their website at www.barnados.org.uk
If you need to know more about FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) please visit the NSPCC’s dedicated web pages. These will help you to understand what it is and what you can do if you are worried about it. Please click the button below:
The UK Government have also published lots of information about this matter which can be found by clicking the button below:
The NSPCC and UK Government also have dedicated pages which can help you with this. Please click on the buttons below: