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At Farlingaye High School, safeguarding is considered everyone’s responsibility.

All staff and volunteers are aware of their duty of care to keep children safe and to enable the best outcomes for them all.  We will work with social care, the police, health services and other services to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm.

 

> Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility.
> The needs of the child are paramount.

> The need for help is identified early.

> Anyone with a concern for a child should make a referral.

 Key Contacts within the School:

Louise Gilmour

Louise Gilmour

Deputy Headteacher

(Designated Teacher for Children in Care)

lgilmour@farlingaye.suffolk.sch.uk

Josh Lampard

Josh Lampard

Assistant Headteacher

(Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead)

jlampard@farlingaye.suffolk.sch.uk

Visitors to Farlingaye are expected to:

 

~ Sign in and out at Reception.

~ Wear a Visitors Badge, that is visible at all times.

~ Report any concerns to the Safeguarding team.

 

To view all of our Safeguarding policies in full, please visit:

www.farlingaye.suffolk.sch.uk/Information/SchoolPolicies/

Claire Hankers

Claire Hankers

Safeguarding Manager/Online Safety Lead

(Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead)

chankers@farlingaye.suffolk.sch.uk

If you would like to discuss anything further or if you have any more questions, please do get in contact with the Safeguarding Team.

 

In compliance with the Key Safeguarding Employment Standards, all members of staff, governors and volunteers will:

 

*  Be appropriately qualified.

*  Have the relevant employment history

*  Have the necessary checks carried out.

*  Have enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Checks (DBS).

*  Have access to safeguarding training every year.

*  Be subject to safer recruitment questions at interview.

Safeguarding and Promoting the Welfare of Children is defined as:

 

  • Protecting children from maltreatment.
  • Preventing impairment of children's mental health and physical health or development.
  • Ensuring that children grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care.
  • Taking action to enable all children to have the best outcomes.

 

Working Together to Safeguard Children: 

www.workingtogetheronline.co.uk

 

Keeping Children Safe in Education (2020)

Statutory guidance

    

Numbers, Websites and Apps for you to access.  (To view please click the text).

 

Customer First (Children’s Services) 0808 800 4005

 

Suffolk Police:

Non-emergency number 101.

 

Other Key Information:

 

Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership: 

www.suffolksp.org.uk

 

Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP): 

www.ceop.police.uk

 

New NSPCC helpline - Report Abuse in Education

 

As you may have seen in the media recently, there is a new dedicated NSPCC helpline to support potential victims of sexual harassment and abuse in education settings, this helpline is now live and the number is 0800 136 663.

 

This dedicated helpline will offer support to:

  • all children and young people making current and non-recent disclosures of abuse
  • any children or young people who want to talk about being involved or witnessing any incidents
  • any adults who have experienced non-recent abuse
  • parents and carers who have any concerns about their own or other children
  • professionals who work in schools and need support in this or related issues

 

Please follow the links below for more information about the helpline and the Government's review launch:


Dedicated helpline for victims of sexual abuse in schools

 

Government press release