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NJS Safeguarding Statement

Safeguarding, including Online Safety, is a key priority at Northfield Junior School. We take our responsibility very seriously and aim to keep all children in our care as safe as possible.  Policies, procedures and risk assessments are fully in place to ensure the safety, welfare and care of our pupils both in school and out of school. Governors play a vital and proactive role in monitoring school policies and procedures and ensuring they are robust and effective.

 Parents should be aware that under the 2004 Children's Act, we all have a duty of care to children. Our school is required by law to take any reasonable action to safeguard our pupils. In cases where the school has reason to be concerned that a child maybe subject to or at risk of ill treatment, negligence or other forms of abuse including Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and risky online behaviour, we are obliged by law to follow the procedures established by the Derbyshire Safeguarding Board and this may involve a referral to Starting Point and Social Care.

 

 Reporting a Safeguarding Concern

A safeguarding concern can be reported to any staff member, the staff with specific responsibility for this area are:

Mrs Timperley - Designated Officer for Safeguarding

Miss Jones - Deputy Designated Officer for Safeguarding

Mrs Marshall - Governor with responsibility for Safeguarding

You may also report a safeguarding concern (including an Online safety issue), using the contact form below.

 

Please scroll further down the page to find our Policies relating to Safeguarding and also a wealth of useful information and advice on how Parents can keep their children safe especially online.

Report a Safeguarding or Online Safety concern to school

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